This canvas is ready to tell Gentle Jay that he’s straight up pissed off about the tattoo he got. If you know Jay, you know he’s not taking that lying down.
When a faded black and grey Egyptian Sarcophagus tattoo needed to be brought back to life, the Tattoo God stepped in and used his mighty power of ink to make a miracle happen.
Ty’Esha took a shoddy looking pin up tattoo on her canvas and turned into a phenomenal piece of nostalgic art. Redemption? Check.
She came on the show to have an awesome experience, but instead left the shop embarrassed. Luckily, Gentle Jay has some free life advice for her.
With no flash challenge this week, the elimination tattoo kicks off as the artists work in teams to tattoo wings onto the backs of their human canvases.
Jesse and Sausage experience another bout of creative differences as canvases ask for their own takes on angel and devil designs.
James and Cleen are extremely confident in their massive wing tattoo. Christian, however, is unimpressed and thinks the pair will get crushed by the judges.
Cleen has the upper hand on skull picks this week, as the human canvases have offered up some insane challenges for the artists.
Chris Núñez keeps a close eye on the needles during this elimination tattoo as everyone is forced to do Japanese Dragons - courtesy of returning veteran artist James Vaughn.
Matti worries he won’t finish his Japanese dragon on time as Chris Núñez paces up and down, checking out all the tattoos. Christian is confident that Sausage won’t survive the upcoming elimination.