Posted on: April 1, 2014
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Al Fliction gets stuck trying to cover up a huge, horrendous tattoo on a human canvas’ head while Josh rolls up his sleeves and tattoos the body part he hates most to ink.
Jime feels confident he’s nailed his winter wonderland tattoo – right up until his canvas reveals she’s disappointed with the finished tat on her body.
The judges welcome Josh, Gentle Jay, Cee Jay, and Al Fliction back into the competition and drop a bomb: the first elimination tattoo will be cover ups.
When New Year’s canvases want a new start so do Josh Hibbard, Gentle Jay, Al Fliction, and Cee Jay, who arrive to ink and compete for $10k and pride.
One lucky artist is given the opportunity to assign all human canvases for the cover up tattoo challenge, making the other artists’ lives a living hell.
Sausage, Jime, and James brace themselves for a second round of elimination tattoos – this time inking winter wonderland designs on their human canvases.
James’ human canvas demands an elaborate winter wonderland scene on the worst place possible on his body. Ho-ho-hold onto your hats, this is gonna be a wild ride.
The last time we saw Robbie and Jayvo, they were all hugs. Did the love last? Do Ryan Eternal and Mark Longenecker still have beef? We check in with the rivals.
Ty’Esha says she’s just plain better than Emily as an artist, and can’t believe she got eliminated before her. Emily defends herself by…well, pulling Josh into the fight. Well done, ‘ink mistress’.
After 35 hours of painstaking hard work, Jason, Cleen, and Erik take a deep breath and finally unveil their work to the judges and all of America. Let the critiques begin.