Meet The Masters: Season 4

  (17 Video Clips)

17 tattoo artists have arrived to compete for the title of 'Ink Master' and the $100,000 prize - and that includes Kyle Dunbar!

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Ink Master: Meet Your Master: Bubba Irwin

Posted on: January 27, 2014 | Views: 22,414 | Comment

Clips in this Collection

Meet Your Master: Matti Hixson (1:16)

Specializing in color realism and color portraits, Matti tries to achieve perfection in every single tattoo that he does.

Views: 191267  |   Posted: February 12, 2014
Meet Your Master: Lydia (1:16)

To Lydia, the stakes are greater than just the title or money – it's her reputation on the line. She sees the competition as a chess game and herself as the Queen. So watch out, artists.

Views: 27685  |   Posted: February 12, 2014
Meet Your Master: Keith Diffenderfer (1:18)

Keith specializes in stylized tattooing: modern traditional and Japanese, and is here to prove to himself and to his son that he has what it takes to be 'Ink Master'.

Views: 12600  |   Posted: February 12, 2014
Meet Your Master: Jim Francis (1:22)

Jim Francis prides himself in doing all spectrums of tattooing. His strategy in this competition? To watch everyone else freak out while he stays calm.

Views: 6840  |   Posted: February 11, 2014
Meet Your Master: Roland Pacheco (1:33)

From the big island of Hawaii, and having written several books on Polynesian tattoos, Roland Pacheco is a force to be reckoned with.

Views: 6262  |   Posted: February 11, 2014
Meet Your Master: Damon Butler (1:19)

He went to art school, has a big imagination, and is extremely competitive. Say hello to Damon Butler.

Views: 23880  |   Posted: February 11, 2014
Meet Your Master: Randy Vollink (2:02)

Randy may be mild-mannered, but little do the other artists know that he's secretly gunning for them. He's about to prove to his family and friends that he can win the competition.

Views: 9872  |   Posted: February 11, 2014
Meet Your Master: Halo (1:54)

After being diagnosed with cancer Halo opted out of chemotherapy to keep tattooing his customers. Being a well-rounded artist is an easy thing to say, but not an easy thing to prove.

Views: 28402  |   Posted: February 4, 2014
Meet Your Master: King Ruck (1:23)

King Ruck knows his career is on the line and plans to stay focused. "I'm already a King, now I'm going to be Ink Master," he says.

Views: 28407  |   Posted: February 4, 2014
Meet Your Master: Melissa Monroe (1:29)

Melissa Monroe doesn't want to go through the competition by backstabbing or having a cut-throat attitude. Instead she just wants the title and the recognition of becoming 'Ink Master'.

Views: 45070  |   Posted: February 4, 2014
Meet Your Master: David Bell (1:44)

David Bell says he isn't here to make friends, but to win the competition - even if it means throwing a few people out of the window on the way to the title of 'Ink Master'.

Views: 20847  |   Posted: February 4, 2014
Meet Your Master: Kyle Dunbar (1:24)

Kyle Dunbar returns to avenge his last season on Ink Master. He wants to make everyone proud, with no intention but to win.

Views: 9828  |   Posted: February 4, 2014
Meet Your Master: Ashley Bennett (1:13)

Being a woman in the tattooing game, Ashley Bennett knows she has to have thick skin, but she's here to win. "I am woman hear me roar," she says.

Views: 37125  |   Posted: February 3, 2014
Meet Your Master: Sausage (1:23)

Sausage's detailed tattoos give him an edge in the competition. He wants to win so bad he can't even see finishing in second place.

Views: 132302  |   Posted: January 27, 2014
Meet Your Master: Gentle Jay (0:57)

Don't sleep on Gentle Jay because he's not that gentle. The tattoo artist gets right to the point: tattooing is not a team sport.

Views: 41685  |   Posted: January 27, 2014
Meet Your Master: Scott Marshall (1:10)

Scott Marshall is ready to set the bar high and produce the best work of his career. Everyone else better bring their A game.

Views: 220904  |   Posted: January 27, 2014
Meet Your Master: Bubba Irwin (1:07)

Bubba Irwin believes he is the most competitive artist this season. He wants to be underestimated, letting his work speak for itself.

Views: 22414  |   Posted: January 27, 2014