– Okay, artists,
you have six hours to tattoo an hourglass showing detail, and your time starts… now. – Let’s do this. – Yay!
– Okay, let’s go. – Let’s get this thing done.[rock music]– Hourglasses can be done
so many different ways.It’s a chance for someone
to really shineif they’re good
with their detail. [tattoo machine buzzing]Team Nuñez lost
the flash challenge.Team Peck is on a positive note.Going into the elimination
tattoo with the advantage,it’s gonna give us that boost to be able to knock
one of Team Nuñez out.I don’t want to go into
next week’s eliminationwith three people
against Nuñez’s five. – What are you doing, bud? – She wants two different scenes
in each thing. I was gonna keep this [bleep]
real simple like that. Like, not too much– – But you need detail.
Today’s detail. It’s gonna get tricky,
especially if you’re gonna show a reflection, an actual front,
across, across, and across, with a mountain. Kevin LaRoy is a nice guy
that does his own [bleep].Kevin tells me,
“Yes, yes, yes,”and then does “No, no, no.” Make sure it’s, like,
working to your advantage.♪– Copy.♪– Okay, artists,
five more hours. You have five more hours.[dramatic music][tattoo machine buzzing] – Everything that I hoped
that didn’t happen happened. [sighs] Doing a [bleep] new-school
tattoo on a guy’s ass. [coughs] – I feel bad for you
not feeling good, man. That sucks.
– And on top of it,I’m sick as [bleep]. I’m spending more than an hour
blowing my nose… [blows nose]Sanitizing my hands,changing gloves,and it [bleep] everything
up with my tattoo. [blows nose]♪– [inhales sharply] – My canvas originally
wanted an hourglass on his ribs, but I talked him into moving it
to his bicep instead.♪– [grunts] – I’m so glad I did. – I need a minute.
[groans] – He can’t even sit
for a bicep tattoo. – Extremely painful.
– Come on. You can do it. It’s really just about
zoning out, you know? – But I don’t see how
anybody could do that when a needle is in your arm.♪– Let me see what you got. God damn it.
– [laughs]– Nikki’s canvas told me
he wasn’t gonna changethe location of the tattoo. What the [bleep]? – Try to [bleep] me over,
and you can’t. – God damn it.
– [laughs] – It’s a waste of my skull pick. – Three hours, guys. Three hours.♪– When I was 16, I was diagnosed
as obsessive-compulsive.♪I’m very particular about
the way everything is done when I’m tattooing,
so I am not a fast tattooer. This competition, it’s always
just a game of hurry up with everything. – You’re gonna win this week. No issues.
– Okay. This canvas wants these
incredibly intricate clocks.Like, we’ve got six hours.I have no idea if we’re
actually gonna finish this.♪– Looks awesome.
– It looks great. I want to get the feathers done
and then go in and start detailing it.
– Okay. – The better I feel
about this tattoo,the worse I feel
for our alliance.♪It’s obvious
I couldn’t save themduring the skull pick.♪If they don’t pull through,I could be sending
one of my girls home.♪– Final hour. One hour remaining,
artists.♪– Team Peck gave me the guy
who wants a photo-realism,anatomical heart dripping blood
on a tree of life.What the [bleep]? – I was like,
“Man, I probably confused the [bleep] out of him.” – A couple little details, man, ’cause it’s all about
the details. After almost getting kicked off,
right after that, losing a flash challenge,
I’m feeling like ass.I’m worried about never
going back to the bottom.I got to do a great job
on this tattoo. – Five, four, three, two, one. That’s it.
Machines down. Time is up.
No more ink.♪– Nice, man. Perfect, dude.
– Good. – Yeah, thank you.
– Cool. – Oh, damn. Wow, that’s sweet. You got it way bigger than I thought
it was gonna end up too. – Glad you like it.
– It’s dope as hell, man. – Eric, the only thing I can say
is that this tattoo is ass. You should definitely be worried
about going home today. – [sighs] [sniffles]