The most loved, hated, and talked about artists and canvases from past seasons of Ink Master return to reveal details about scandals surrounding their time in the competition.
Available until: 01/31/2015
Tatu Baby, Sausage, Jime Litwalk and James Vaughn vie for redemption and a shot at $10k as they tattoo Christmas-obsessed canvases with holiday tattoos.
It’s a clash of big egos when Josh Hibbard, Gentle Jay, Al Fliction, and Cee Jay return to battle for redemption and $10k.
The final 3 artists reveal their 35 hour back pieces and the sparks fly when all 18 rival artists return to give the lowdown on whose rivalries still burn.
Emotional outbursts, explosive fights, incredible tattoos and epic fails. It’s the end of the line and the sparks fly as the last 4 Artists standing battle it out for a spot in the Live Finale and a shot at 100K.
It's down to the wire as the artists battle for a top 4 spot - to survive they must impress 3 tattoo heavyweights criticizing their every move.
Artists go head to head tattooing the same portrait on two family members. Some family members are left with jacked tattoos as the portrait subject overlooks.
The artists fight for an opportunity to ink NFL star DeAngelo Williams as he honors his mother who died of breast cancer. Head tattoos send one human canvas over the edge.
Josh causes a controversy that could get him kicked out of the competition for good. The artists tattoo amputees where their limbs once were.
In the flash challenge, the artists use a different kind of ink to make art...blood. Then, they go head-to-head against guest judge Tommy Montoya while Emily goes over the edge.
Picky virgin canvases get inked and Jason’s anxiety threatens to take him out. The artists battle head to head and Josh plays dirty, putting his opponent on the chopping block.
The artists are taken out of their comfort zone when they must scrimshaw walrus penises. One artist totally loses their cool while another artist loses their shot at $100K.
The pressure is on when the artists take on Oliver’s specialty - and it’s tripled when they have to work in teams.
In one of the craziest challenges ever, the artists must ink 12 hour gluteus maximus tattoos. A medical emergency may cost one artist the competition.
The artists must make incredible art by sand blasting glass while trying to survive working in teams. Rivalries explode when they tattoo head to head.
Vendettas have the artists at each others’ throats. The skull pick gets personal and the pressure is on when the artists tattoo Nunez’s specialty.