The competition is set up for speed, speed, and more speed – and Geary just couldn’t keep up. Luckily, he’ll remember all the positive things the other artists had to say about him!
All hell breaks loose when a second unhappy canvas stops by to air their grievances with Julia Carlson. Where’s Dave when you need him?
Damon wanted nothing more than to be simply be redeemed. With smooth shading and solid lines, this tattoo solidifies his position as a solid tattoo artist.
Never in a million years did Caroline’s canvas he’d be getting inked by her again. Luckily, this time around, the tattoo is simply stunning!
Sometimes canvases swing by the shop to get their tattoos redone by artists. Other times they’re just there to talk smack.
As the human canvases call out artists’ names, pairs are created and lines are drawn. With only 6 hours to transform their canvases into warriors, the artists begin to feel the heat.
Sketchy and Eric deal with an opinionated human canvas who won’t budge one bit with his ridiculous requests for his armor tattoo. Boneface lets his teammate take the wheel in designing.
Boneface goes for a zoomed-in peacock image to showcase as much details as possible. Ryan Ashley wipes off 50% of her stencil and starts to freehand as time slips away.
It’s double elimination day as the artists must transform human canvases into warriors by tattooing shoulder armor.
Nate struggles with a push-pull situation between him and Dave as they tattoo armor simultaneously. A strange color choice may send Sirvone and John down a spiraling path to failure.