Matt Murray finally started to show a different side of his art - with a cool outer space tattoo - but just couldn’t stack up to the competition when all was said and done.
Ty’Esha had to please not only her canvas, lil’ sis, but also big sis – and boy did she please. This crane tattoo is so lifelike it looks like it’s gonna fly right off her arm.
After getting a verbal beat down by a human canvas – and then a sincere apology – Duffy offers a tattoo design but says it’ll only happen at her shop. Now is not the time and place.
Team Nuñez is up for elimination this week as the artists are tested on artistry and are tasked with having to cover up canvases who have permanent scars from smoking.
Thanks to Gia, Team Peck takes a different approach for the skull pick when deciding the fates of the artists in Team Nuñez.
Gian’s skull pick takes its toll on Gia as she struggles with a blocky design on a sensitive part of the body. Oliver walks over to Matt and offers some crucial tips as he sweats bullets.
Sketch and Eric both start to worry as their canvases shows signs of tapping out with each drop of ink. Tito tries to convince his canvas to change his concept to something more powerful.
It’s launch time as the artists have 6 hours have showcase contrast by inking outer space tattoos. Ryan turns things around with a supposedly hard canvas. The boy question Gian’s tattooing strategy.
The human canvases with smoking scars are delighted when they check out their completed tattoos at last. Oliver, Chris, and Dave critique each piece from Team Nuñez, focusing on artistry.
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.