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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.
Nine men and nine women kick off an epic battle of the sexes by going head to head in a team collaboration tattoo to prove they have what it takes to be the next Ink Master.
The judges unveil a new twist and bring in heavy-hitting veterans Joey Hamilton and Ryan Ashley to coach the teams, whose black-and-gray shading skills are put to the test.
Two-time veterans Bubba Irwin and Sarah Miller return to coach the men's and women's teams, and the artists showcase their knack for legibility by inking surrealistic tattoos.
The judges are looking for color contrast and the artists are out for blood with full color neo-traditional animal tattoos.
It's every man or woman for themselves when the artists are subject to a blind critique.
In a test of consistency, the teams must engrave full suits of armor, then a cross-stitch style elimination tattoo throws all the artists for a loop.
The Artists must prove their strength by facing off against each other with head-to-head tattoos. The battle continues for $100K and the title of Ink Master.
The judges test the artists' understanding of color theory; two coaches take the artists to school; the battle intensifies.
The teams are out of balance as the artists cross enemy battle lines to pick secret alliances; a freehand drawing challenge tests the competitors' artistic ability.
The battle continues as the judges test the artist's adaptability.
The Artists find themselves in a dicey situation with confrontational coaches Josh Payne and Nikki Simpson.
The competition tests the artists' ability to market themselves when the power is in the hands of the canvases.
The artists are on their own in a test of finesse as the six remaining competitors fight for the cash prize and the title of Ink Master.
The final five artists are tasked with creating murals using paintball guns, then must work across disciplines in a traditional illustrative portrait elimination challenge.
The last four artists remaining battle it out in a tattoo marathon to secure their spot in the season final.
Seven veteran artists battle it out in the "Clash of the Coaches Face Off"; the battle of the sexes comes to an end as the three finalists reveal their 35-hour Master Canvas tattoos and one artist wins the title of Ink Master.
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