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Latest Video Clips

Face Off Preview: Masters Freehand - Part I

Posted January 16, 2018 | Views: 0

With their teams counting on them, Steve, Anthony, and DJ face off against one another, tasked with having to freehand their designs directly onto their canvas's skin without a stencil.

Face Off Preview: Masters Freehand - Part III

Posted January 16, 2018 | Views: 0

Steve, Anthony, and DJ Tambe’s unveil their tattoos showcasing proportion and get critiqued by the judges. The fate of their teammates is in their hands!

Elimination Tattoo: Maze Tattoos - Part II

Posted January 16, 2018 | Views: 0

Sparks’ self-doubt and frustration begin to set in as he tries to juggle his coach’s advice with his own instincts. DJ feels like his pointers are being ignored by some of his team with the maze tattoos.

Face Off Preview: Masters Freehand - Part II

Posted January 16, 2018 | Views: 0

The Masters get their tattoo needles buzzing and begin tattooing their canvases with designs that will emphasize proportion.

Elimination Tattoo: Maze Tattoos - Part I

Posted January 16, 2018 | Views: 0

The artists enter their very first elimination tattoo of the competition as Dave gives them six hours to ink maze tattoos. What better test of fundamentals than a tattoo that requires perfect lines and shading?