The contestant won the flash challenge but was eliminated. Best Tattoo of the Day: Duffy Human Canvas Jury: The human canvas jury chose Matt as worst tattoo of the day. Kevin got a new canvas after his canvas, who was previously tattooed by Kelly, withdrew from the elimination tattoo. Human Canvas Jury: Katie was voted worst tattoo of the day for the second time. The contestant was voted worst tattoo of the day. Tattoo Critique: Kruseman and Duffy received mixed reviews because their portraits didn't look like the actual person. The contestant finished third in the competition.
Each of the episodes start off with what is called the flash challenge. Each contestant has their own view on the competition and openly expresses it. Elimination: Duffy, Matt, Marisa and Tyler were chosen by as the judges' bottom picks. They must tattoo a style each team did not do when they acted as the Jury of Peers but were previously critiqued by the judges. Artist s Artwork Chris and Matt Duffy and Katie Kruseman and Erik Tyler and Craig Tattoo Critique: While Tyler, Chris and Duffy won their head to head challenge, the judges did not pick a winner between Kruseman and Erik after both of them failed with their Starry Night tattoo.
Craig was up next and was given a good response for making a tattoo that isn't in a Victorian style despite a hiccup. The contestant was voted worst tattoo of the day and was eliminated. Unlike the previous seasons where Dave reveals the one artist who is eliminated from the competition, Season 6 is the first season to feature a major change in the panel as all the judges cast their vote on wins best tattoo of the day, and who goes home. The contestant was considered to be in the bottom. During the elimination round each contestant is allowed to meet with their human canvas the day before they begin tattooing, to find out what exactly each particular canvas wants.
In addition, the artists will have six hours to tattoo the canvas' design of his choice. Compared to the , this one appeared to be a walk in the park. Marq must tattoo an anatomical heart that was designed by the winning team. The judges said his astronaut looked deflated, and that he got beat in application, texture and contrast. The contestant won the face-off.
The premise of this season is to feature mentors and their apprentices as they compete against each other in an elimination-style competition. Earl says Kruseman admitted that he didn't do the challenge which lead to Dave picking Kruseman but Oliver and Chris voted Earl to be eliminated for not producing a good tattoo. Best Tattoo of the Day: Chris Human Canvas Jury: The jury voted Craig for worst tattoo of the day because of the color. The judges said Ryan and Gian had the strongest tattoos of the day, but based on contrast alone, Ryan won. Boneface got into a heated argument with Gia, Ryan and Nikki about his tattoo. Therefore earning the title of Ink master, as well as winning a 100,000 dollars. Each artist will pick a skull with a number on the bottom that will determine the team.
The guys are gunning for them in episode 6. And being a snake expert, Tyler argues with the judges after his team didn't execute the challenge. Elimination: The judges also put up Big Ceeze, Marisa, and Duffy. This reality series takes all the aspects of tattooing and apply them to each and every challenge in order to sift through and find the best artist there. The contestant won the face-off. Therefore, she got a new canvas to work on. Elimination: The artists debate with the judges about the texture in both tattoos because St.
Marq Elimination Tattoo: Following a sneak peek of Tut, the fourth head to head features the artists creating Egyptian tattoos against two people with the same subject Artist s Subject St. Craig went too hard on his canvas with the saturation. Photo: Spike This week the artists on Team Peck had to tattoo a space design, with the focus being on contrast. Team Nuñez had the opportunity to assign the style, and they decided their opponents must create a face out of the packing tape. Peck and Nuñez will then pick the first five artists to be on their respective team. Team Peck tasked them to create an underwater marine life design.
The first five hours featured Team Peck tattooing a Medusa while Kelly tattooed a peacock. Host returned alongside team captains Oliver Peck and. Each pair were judged head to head on which head they tattooed. Donovan Smith was one of the canvases in this Elimination Tattoo. Once time has been reached the judges go through the tattoos and point out the good and bad of each tattoo in front of all the contestants. Kruseman and Duffy also received praised especially Duffy for pulling off finesse in the outline and having a great application.
Chris and Matt argue just as Chris complains about Matt's tattoo. He or she collaborates with the Judging Panel to finalize the voting decision. The contestant was considered to be among the top. Marq, Big Ceeze and Dave won their head to head challenge. In addition, due to her win in the previous elimination tattoo, Kelly chose two artists to sculpt two beaches for her. The first day has the artists tackling American traditional, a specialty Peck is known for.
Marq's Brazilian rainbow boa received a mixed response despite Tyler's knowledge. The contestant was sent to the bottom by the jury of peers and was eliminated. The jury of peers put Gia in the bottom for technical application although not everyone agreed with the decision. Matt got good critique despite struggling with Chris'design. Tattoo Critique: All the artists disappointed the judges with their tattoos including some that struggled tattooing darker skin. They will then be judged together.