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Ryan exits the competition after struggling with tattooing in American traditional style during a tough face-off elimination against two other artists.
The trusted and wise Vizier, Ay, reveals to his son the one thing all men desire, seek out, and anticipate throughout life.
Teams of two are formed when the artists draw skulls randomly to determine their fate. St. Marq hounds his partner as the clock winds down.
The artists are paired up randomly and must ink interlocking hand tattoos of an epic Kraken battle. Will they weather the storm?
Miami and St. Marq impress the judges with their kraken tattoo while Kruseman is infuriated with his partner’s lack of skill, possibly costing him the challenge.
The artists put in their last drops of ink, tattooing a mythical sea monster battle on human canvases’ hands. The judges finally get to critique the pieces.
St. Marq breathes down Ryan’s neck as he struggles to finish up his American traditional eagle. Kito’s not impressed by Earl’s line work at all.
The human canvas jury reveals the artist with the worst tattoo of the day, while the jury of peers nominates 2 more artists to ink an American traditional design one last time.
3 artists face off, inking an American traditional design from Richard Stell himself to save themselves from becoming eliminated in week 2.