Gregg Sulkin looks to take down Victoria Justice with the Kelis hit.
Having to ink an armpit, Earl was thrown off his game, and just could not ink enough detail to justify keeping him in the competition any longer.
Jon Taffer checks in on some of the most bullheaded owners he's dealth with through the years, including O Face in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Big Gus helps a bartender's bad ink rise from the ashes, while Jasmine works to empower her client with a foxy cover of a dating disaster.
The artists get started on a 3000-year old art form with clay figurines, hoping their line work will impress the judges.
Chris has to blow another 3 hours drawing for his new canvas and starts to get nervous. Craig goes head-to-head with a confident Katie.
Big Ceeze struggles to carve clear lines into his clay dogu while Kruseman feels confident. The judges finally take a look at each artist’s work.
As the judges round up their critiques of line work, Craig’s clay craftsmanship is brought into question while Kruseman and Chris receive high praise.
The optical illusion tattoos come to an end and Earl’s canvas just can barely take the pain. Duffy worries that Kruseman buried his own grave by avoiding the challenge.
Just as the optical illusion challenge starts, Chris’s human canvas suddenly takes a long, long nap and freaks him out. Kruseman takes a left turn and decides to not do what his canvas wants.