You know things are about to get real when a pissed off human canvas calls St. Marq “St. Fart” and Kruseman “Safe Sally”.
Cleen Rock One pulled off so many cool tricks on this tattoo that the canvas is waiting for it to hop off his skin. For Cleen, it's just another day at the office.
Question: How can a human canvas go from putting down Ashley to praising her so quickly? Answer: By getting inked with glorious grim reaper tattoo.
This guy may want to cool down his approach if he wants to get tattooed for a third time…and this time, actually tattooed well.
Stricken with family grief as well as the pressure of the competition, The Marked Society’s illustrative black work piece came out rough and had them sent home.
Judged on their fundamentals, the artists must leave no room for errors as they’re challenging with creating texture, depth, and contrast by tattooing illustrative black work.
As everyone scrambles to pull clean lines in their illustrative blackwork, DJ Tambe exploits a loophole in the challenge by pulling a trick no one saw coming. How will the judges react?
Check out the artists' elimination tattoos from this week's episode. Then, tune in to new episodes of Ink Master Tuesdays at 10/9c on SPIKE.
Bridgeville may be a small town but its residents and their secrets are subject to the oppressive forces of the mist.
The talent behind The Mist explain their theories and methodology with adapting the season from previous incarnations of the Stephen King story.