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Palm Tattoos

Palm Tattoos

Palm Tattoos. Simply eight of you remain, and once again the teams are even, four on Team Peck and four on Team Nunez. This week "were about" experimenting technical application. - The technical application is what's happening when you throw the needle to the skin. Is your line project cleanse? Is your shadowing smooth? - For this burst challenge, you must tattoo one of the most delicate and sensitive areas of the human body a palm tattoos ...[ dramatic music] The palm of the hand. - Oh. - Ooh. - There are more sensory neurons on the palms than any other part of the body and a larger brain area devoted to receiving their signals. That means your canvas will definitely be in excruciating suffering. - Get your palm tattooed is one of the most complicated, serious fields. It's extremely painful, and it's not like normal tattooing.

- You must have flawless technological application. Overwork the scalp, and you'll shatter it permanently. Underwork it, and your tattoo won't maintain. - Anybody have their palms tattooed? - Anybody have done it before? - There is a right course of tattooing a palm and a definite one of wrong ways. - I don't know the technique. I don't even know where to start. - Let's meet your canvases. Canvases, please tell us what you'd like tattooed in your palm.

- Traditional black and a gray eyeball with a teardrop. - The colored traditional sacred nerve. - Not going to happen. Color tattoos are impossible on the palm. They're not going to protrude. - Color realistic tiger fish. - Colorful realistic betta fighting fish. - Can't really do reality in the hand. Their beliefs are mode wrong. - A yeti in coloring, new-school. - Neo-traditional planet Earth. - 3D crystal ball. - Hell, no. Everybody's gonna have to do some finessing today to get their canvases to something more realistic.

- Okay, canvases, one-by-one, delight glean a skull. The identity on the bottom of your skull will determine your artist. Go ahead. - Nikki. - Ryan. - SketchyLawyer. - A lionfish, realistic, on the palm of her hand in coloring? Totally undoable. - Gian. - Nate. - Boniface. - Kevin. - Kelly. - As you know, the winner of this twinkling objection will have the power to assign all human canvases in the elimination tattoo. You have three hours to tattoo your canvas's palm, and your time starts now. - I'm Ryan. Nice to meet you. - Double trouble right here, huh? - That's right. - Palm tattoos are incredibly difficult because the skin type is completely different. - The only thing that stays on the palm is black. - It's always being used. The skin's always peeling, always changing. - Color with this thing is impossible. I'ma put you through so much better pain for nothing. - Palm tattoos are all about specialized technological application, and it's something that is required to be deep.

Align: end - Anything around here where the calluses start to begin, it will fall out. - Today Oliver and I are not gonna aid whatsoever. This is something that either, as a tattooer, you know how to do or you don't, and we're not here to teach tattooing. We're here to critique it. - Here's the thing with the hands. You got to make it a bit simple-minded. - No, it's got to stay close to the realistic. - There's no way she's not gonna do colors today. I'm just gonna "re going to have to" do it. - It says something when you have eight tattooers in a chamber and not a single one has their palms tattooed. - Suppose about it. - Ah. - How bad could a palm actually be, you know? - Pretty bad.

[ titters][ dramatic music] - So Kelly, when you did your palm tattoo, do you go in merely kind of like-- - It's pretty similar to, like, lining, establishing my cables with stippling. - You're a badass. - I'm more than happy to help Nikki and Ryan. We merely need one of the girls to get the skull pick. - Hey, Kelly where do you think I should stipple? Just, like, a little under here? - Yeah, that space it's, like ... - Get it. - Depth. - Okay, I can do this.[ dramatic music] - I am really proud of my ladies right now. Our canvases are all compromising on the realistic intend. We are about to construct these sons look like fools. - Five, four, three, two, one. That's it. Machines down. Time is up, no more ink. - Whew. Oh, my God, that is gorgeous. - Little time of ache for a lifetime of pretty.

- Sketchy devoted her something that looks like she set her hand to an ink spill or something. What even is that? - Are you happy? - I'm happy. - Okay, good. - All right, artists, it is time to criticize your work. Boniface. - It's a smooth tattoo. If it was a regular part of the body, that nice, smooth, grey-haired shadowing was a beautiful consequence, but you can see-- the texture of the skin that has the fingerprint texture, you can see that shading is just sitting on top of that.

That's the skin that dies in a tattoo process, so when that skin expires and leaves, the tattoo's leaving with it, so for that level, your technical application on a regular part of the body is fine, but in this challenge it didn't hold up. - Kevin. - Be questionable how a palm tattoo will feel. Generally, you're not generating enough depth when you just come with one pass no matter how slow or how deep, so generally, it inclines not to hold. - You hear, when you try to outline on that scalp, it's not like normal scalp. When you run the needle across it, it only doesn't come out searching crisp, and it's gonna mend as bad. - The judges are showing no mercy. I'm consumed by fear right now.

- Kelly. - I really like the design. Very simple-minded. I like the approaching. This is the way to do it. When it heals, it will still look like "the worlds". - Patently, the moral of the day is that detail isn't gonna include. Color's not gonna hold, so you can pretty much omit all that and merely get into and get away. - Thank you. - Gian. - What we're looking at right now is a beautiful palm tattoo, but I don't know what percentage is gonna be there when it heals.

Align: start Gonna be a very low percentage, so low-spirited that people are not gonna be able to recognize what it is. - Nate. - I've done a few palm tattoos. I know color's a bad decided not to build, but-- - But you set the color in it. - I couldn't talk him out of it. - The fact of the matter is, is that palm tattoo doesn't look great now, and it's not gonna appear good later. - Ryan. - I know that to get a palm tattoo to stand it has to be as simple as it perhaps can be.

Align: start - I really like the design. I really like the simplicity of it, and I like the course it fits the hand, but the majority of your dots, you can see that they're just not deep enough. - Probability is it's gonna be the disappearing palm tattoo. - Nikki. - The approach you used on this tattoo is definitely the right technical application. The ones that stay are the ones that are done like this. Very legible, clean layout. - The placement, I do wish that you came down a little lower and constructed the flare a little more pronounced, but summary executions were very clean. The route that you chose is no other route that will stay. - Sketchy. - I think it should stay pretty good. - It's not. It's a huge black splotch. Those cables, that's just a cluster of agony for nothing. - It's hard to see what's going on. Looking up at it open, the detail is very scratchy. - If I did the tattoo that large-hearted, "it would've been" hard to read.

Size: 75% - It's just a mess, humankind. - I know that I'm a great tattooer. Get put on a bang, I'm not used to that, and I don't[ bleep] like it. I signify, Jesus. - All right, people, today we're experimenting technological application with palm tattoos. - The top three for me is patently the girls. - Nikki did one of best available. - Nikki understood what they're supposed to look like. Her technological application was a smudge on, and her technique was a privilege. - And if Kelly would have gone the same approaching with the line weight that Nikki had and the bigger dots, I think it would have been a bigger punch.

As far as designing runs, Ryan's is one of my favorite of the working day. At least Ryan, Nikki, and Kelly all took the right approaching. - Let's let' I know. - Cool. - All right, guys. Today you had to show flawless technological application by palm tattoos canvases. Judges have decided. The winner of today's burst challenge ...

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