Posted on: April 1, 2014
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The judges investigate Julia’s blow out with her canvas, while Don feels the pressure as he inks his design on his canvas’ ribs – hoping for the best.
The artists take on biomechanical tattoos, judged by renowned tattoo artists Aaron Cain. Aaron takes great pleasure in handing out the skulls.
Adaptability is the name of the game this week as the artists are provided nervous and picky tattoo virgins to ink.
Jason’s anxiety comes back in full force as he’s inking his virgin human canvas. Julia seeks to redeem herself after dropping the ball last week.
The artists show off their virgin tattoo designs to Chris, Oliver, and Dave and hope for the best as they listen to their critiques.
As the elimination tattoo on biomechanical designs continues, Julia and her human canvas’ struggle ends with explosive results, leaving the other artists appalled.
Aaron shocks the other artists with his surprising human canvas pick, while Julia struggles with her canvas who wants a seemingly simple biomechanical tattoos.
Chris and Jason go for darker scrimshaw designs but the results have the judges picking apart one and praising another. Josh’s superb line work falls short for once.
Seeing no clear bottom on American traditional day, the judges take a twist and give the artists the most difficult decision to make so far in the competition.
Josh steps in to clean up his team’s mistakes and later attacks Angel and Emily, claiming their shaky line work cost him too much time.