Craig came back this season and fought his way to the final four, but in the end struggled with color and had Chris’ consistency trump his talents.
Fireworks went off the last time Litsa was tattooed by Nick. Let's see what happens when they meet again.
Host Dave Navarro calls in Kyle Dunbar after Josh Hibbard decides to walk away.
This smile on this human canvas explains everything you need to know about his new tattoo. Good job Kyle.
Matt has been battling Chris this entire competition, but now he’s ready to trump his competition one last time and go for the ultimate win.
Tattoo veteran Kruseman unleashed his true potential during the last few weeks and wowed the judges, and now he is determined to claim victory at the live finale.
Chris has played the game like no other artist, skillfully building a team – but now the marine is ready to take on Kruseman and Matt in the finale and take home the glory himself.
The tattoo do over challenge continues as Craig foregoes color in his Neptune tattoo, hoping black and grey will win the judges over. Chris’ human canvas starts to tear up in pain.
Kruseman, Craig, and Chris fight for a spot in the finale to join Matt by redoing their worst tattoos of the season. Chris turns his Phoenix Japanese while Kruseman goes all out on his stained glass tattoo.