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The final three artists reveal their 35-hour back tattoos; all 18 rival artists return.
The last four artists battle it out with emotional outbursts, fights and fails.
Artists battle for the top four spots; a top artist designs the tattoo that determines who stays.
Artists tattoo the same portrait on two family members; Jason fights to survive.
The opportunity to ink football player Deangelo Williams as he honors his mother.
Artists tattoo amputees where their limbs once were; Josh causes controversy.
Artists use blood for ink in the Flash Challenge, then go up against guest judge Tommy Montoya.
Virgin canvases get their first tattoos; Josh plays dirty, putting his opponent on the block.
The artists must scrimshaw walrus penises and face their pickiest canvases to date.
Artists must work in teams to take on Oliver's specialty and put one of their own on the line.
Artists must complete 12 hour gluteus maximus tattoos and must finish each others' tattoos.
The artists must make art by sand blasting glass while trying to survive working in teams.
Artists feel the pressure when they tattoo Nunez' specialty; one artists loses his cool.
Josh ignites rivalries and sparks fly; two artists receive an advantage no one else has received.
Semi-nude models and a game changing twist; Josh is back with a vengeance and rivalries flare.
Rival artists are forced to ink with their enemy; pressure is high and one rival gets sent packing.
The final three artists reveal massive tattoos in the Season 4 finale, and viewers vote to help determine the winner of the title and $100,000.
A view of the Statue of Liberty from a yacht with a surprise; one artist's cutthroat strategy.
The artists make mouth grills for pro boxer Brandon Rios; a canvas is involved in a dispute; and Jay's plan to take out Scott results in a harsh critique.
Gunpowder is used in the Flash Challenge, and Rob Zombie is a guest judge as the artists ink demons.
Canvases seek cover-ups of tattoos they got for exes. Then, the judges announce a "massacre," and two artists are sent home.
The artists work in pairs and chaos ensues before the judges make a drastic decision.
Tattooing superfans with ``X-Men'' characters in the first ever color portrait challenge. Actor Hugh Jackman chooses the winner, with a sneak peek of ``X-Men: Days of Future Pas...
Getting up close and awkward with naked canvases; New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia guest judges.
The remaining 10 artists tattoo bikini clad twins, all at once; an injury sends one artist to the emergency room.
One artist snaps and intends to leave the competition, which features live poisonous scorpions, tarantulas and eyeballs.
Season 4 opens with a new crop of artists tattooing hundreds of canvases convention-style.
The final three artists battle it out on their toughest canvas yet; the second chance vote winner is revealed; the Ink Master is crowned.
All four finalists tattoo the same canvas simultaneously.
The Artists honor military heroes; complex head tattoos; Oliver has a meltdown; the Judges are deadlocked.
Eyelid tattoos; Human Canvas Jury ends in tears.
Human skulls are engraved by the artists, who then give tattoos inspired by comic books.
Things get personal when the artists are made to tattoo each other. Then, last season's artists return as canvases; and Tatu Baby faces elimination.
Artists clash over working on Dave Navarro; allies become enemies and the destruction is permanent.
Models and jungle animals mix for a challenge; Asian tattoos send the judges reeling.
The artists ink over scars as they create "Day of the Dead'' tattoos; one canvas wants Tatu Baby's face as a tattoo.
The canvases get crooked bar code tattoos when the artists assemble tattoo machines from scratch; the house turns on Joshua.
Skimpy lingerie heats up the flash challenge; a difficult human canvas leads to the most shocking elimination in show history.
The artists create gruesome tattoos of blood and guts; a betrayal leads to an explosive fight; guest judge Chris Johnson of the Tennessee Titans.
16 new artists find themselves tattooing in prison; the human canvases vote to eliminate one artist.
In the Season 2 finale, votes are tabulated and judges select a winner.
The artists work on pro athletes as judges select the three finalists and the climactic challenge is revealed.
Artists go toe-to-toe with Oliver; in the portrait challenge, tattoos of some family members are unrecognizable; and an artist must close up shop.
Dave Navarro allows his personal guitars to be painted; a Human Canvas has digestive woes; and two artists go head-to-head with animal tattoos
The artists burn designs onto chaps and attempt to wow NÃºÃ±ez by using his style.
The artists team up to work in pairs; Tatu Baby gets an advantage that irks the others. Freddy Negrete is guest judge.
The remaining artists create "Star Wars" tattoos for super fans of the franchise; and the winner of the Flash Challenge receives a special surprise from George Lucas.
Tattoos featuring pinup girls are created by the remaining artists, some of whom botch the challenge.
Challenges inspired by Halloween include tattoos given in the inside of mouths; and requests by the human canvases for dismembered bodies and zombies. Also: One of the artists f...
The request for a tattoo on a woman's private parts leaves the contestants feeling pushed to their limits. NBA player Matt Barnes serves as the guest judge.
A third artist goes home after a challenge that finds military veterans getting tattooed.
A challenge involving semi-nude women makes for some steamy moments in the competition. Also: one artist faces a medical emergency; and NFL linebacker Terrell Suggs serves as gu...
Season 2 of the competition begins as the 16 battling tattoo artists assemble at a morgue and are challenged to give tattoo virgins their first ink.
Season 1 finale. A winner is named after the human canvasses allow the artists to tattoo whatever they want on their skin.
Botched portrait tattoos are exhibited
Mistakes ensue as the artists tattoo pinups on their canvases; a contestant is eliminated.
A colorful dispute between two artists unfolds, and a fifth contestant is eliminated.
Photo-realism tattoos challenge one artist while another's work goes up in flames, and a fourth contestant is eliminated.
A head tattoo causes a fight; naked women appear in the competition; a third artist is eliminated
A head tattoo requires medical attention, a second artist is eliminated and Clinton "Ton" Jones serves as a guest judge
Ten tattoo artists face off in the opener of this series, in which the ink masters compete for a $100,000 cash prize and exposure in Ink magazine