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An estimated 40 million Americans have at least one tattoo. So who is the country's preeminent tattoo artist? Ink Master is the first-ever tattoo competition series featuring some of the nation's top tattoo artists on a quest to determine who is the best at their craft and win a huge cash prize. The stakes are high as the artists showcase their irrevocable artwork on real people's bodies. The dramatic tension is ever-present as the artists will ultimately face the opinion of the living canvas who now bears a permanent souvenir of the Ink Master etched into his or her skin.
Ten of the best tattoo artists on the planet tattoo tackle extreme challenges on human canvases with the hopes of earning a $100,000 prize and the title of "Ink Master."
A head tattoo becomes a medical emergency, and tempers explode when Heather challenges the judges. Ton Jones serves as guest judge, and helps eliminate the second contestant.
Artists are tested on their shading skills, and ink naked female canvases in the flash challenge. Words get tense between Al and Bili.
Photo realism tattoos turn disastrous when Bili has difficulty with muscle structure and Heather's art goes up in flames. Todd Weinberger of "Inked Magazine" serves as guest judge.
Josh calls out Shane on only doing black and grey tattoos and Shane fights to prove his skills to his competition and impress the judges in color tattoo challenges.
Artists get the chance to work on Dave Navarro and an unlikely artist wins the flash challenge; The artists tattoo pin-up girls on their canvasses. Featuring NBA star Chris Andersen as guest judge.
Some artists mess up their portrait tattoos and screw up important features, leaving permanent bad art on their human canvases; four artists remain. The remaining four artists take on portrait tattoos and realize they have no room for error.
The finalists prove their grit and determination on master canvasses. An "Ink Master" is chosen.
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