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Ready for some new ink? Spike is! “Ink Master” is returning to the network Tuesday night with a brand new season – and the drama is already brewing.

Season 6 of the reality series will pit masters against their apprentices. Like past installments, a feature in Inked magazine and $, is on the line for these 18 artists. They must prove that they have the creativity and technical skills to win challenges every week by impressing the judges – no easy feat.

Dave Navarro (Jane’s Addiction) returns as host, along with famed tattoo artist judges Chris Nunez (“Miami Ink”) and Oliver Peck (Elm Street Tattoo). Check out the new cast members ahead of the premiere, which airs on Spike Tuesday at 10 p.m. EDT:

Chris Blinston

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Chris BlinstonPhoto: Spike

Clint Blinston, 26, hails from Coral Springs, Fl and is going head-to-head with Tyler Nolan. With 18 years’ experience under his belt, the owner/ artist at No Hard Feelings Tattoo Gallery will be a tough competitor.

Miami Burgess

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Miami BurgessPhoto: Spike

Miami Burgess doesn’t need “Ink Master” to help make a name for himself in the industry. The Skin Werks tattoo artist from Carrollton, GA has over 20 years of experience in the field – including tattooing an image of Michael Jackson on rapper DaBrat. He’ll be facing off with Craig Foster, who appeared in Season 3 of the Spike reality show.

Erik Campbell

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Erik CampbellPhoto: Spike

Erik Campbell is challenging contestant Marisa LRen, who briefly apprenticed with him. The Grand Junction, CO tattoo artist believes that Marisa doesn’t give him enough respect, and he’s ready to change that by winning “Ink Master.”

Big Ceeze

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Big CeezePhoto: Spike

Big Ceeze is competing against his “student,” Kito, in Season 6. Specializing in black and grey realism, the Anaheim, CA owner and artist at Mi Familia Tattoo has 17 years’ experience and is ready to put that to use.

Dave Clarke

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Dave ClarkePhoto: Spike

Dave Clarke has had a very interesting career, having been in the army before working at Sacred-X-Pression in Fort Walton Beach, FL. He’s excited to face his mentor, Earle Noble, to prove that “the student is always better than the teacher.”

Duffy Fortner

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Duffy FortnerPhoto: Spike

Between 12 years of experience and a month old baby at home, it sounds like Duffy Fortner can tackle anything. The Prince Frederick, MD tattoo artist works at Red Octopus Tattoos and is looking forward to becoming the first female Ink Master.

Craig Foster

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Craig FosterPhoto: Spike

If Craig Foster looks familiar it’s because he was a contestant on Season 3 of “Ink Master.” The fan favorite cast member, who specializes in new skool, is returning to face off against his mentor, Miami Burgess.

Ryan Hadley

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Ryan HadleyPhoto: Spike

Ryan Hadley specializes in realism, hyperrealism, black and white and Japanese. The Fort Wayne, IN owner and artist has 15 years of experience in the industry and wants to challenge his mentor, St. Marq.

Kito

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant KitoPhoto: Spike

Tattoo artist Kito of Tulsa, OK specializes in black and grey and lettering. The owner/ artist at Fidolo Tattoo holds nothing back and plans on beating his rival, Big Ceeze.

Kruseman

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Dave KrusemanPhoto: Spike

Kruseman has 20 years of experience tattooing. Now an owner and artist at Oldeline Tattoo in Hagerstown, MD, Kruseman is ready to beat his “cocky” apprentice, Duffy.

Marisa LaRen

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Marisa LaRenPhoto: Spike

Marisa LaRen already has a title under her belt – she ranked third in the Colorado State’s Fitness Competition. The new tattoo artist, who has just 3 years of experience under her belt, is ready to take her competitive nature to “Ink Master.”

St. Marq

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant St. MarqPhoto: Spike

St. Marq has been in the tattoo industry for 25 years and specializes in Black and Grey, Realism, Large Conceptual and “Epic Multi-Surface tattoos.” He thinks his rival, Ryan Hadley, has a big ego … and he’s ready to take him down a notch.

Katie McGowan

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Katie McGowanPhoto: Spike

Katie McGowan is a fresh face with just five years of experience. Although her experience is limited, she’s hoping her confidence and “competitive personality” can help her land the title of first female “Ink Master.”

MV

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant MVPhoto: Spike

MV hails from El Paso, TX, where he is an artist and owner of Blue Panda Tattoo. He’s got six years of experience, and specializes in black and grey and realism. He’s challenging his former apprentice, Brian Stephens.

Earl Noble

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Earl NoblePhoto: Spike

Originally from new Orleans, Earle Noble is now a tattoo artist in St. Petersburg, FL. With 10 years of experience, his specialty is realism.

Tyler Nolan

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Tyler NolanPhoto: Spike

Tyler Nolan has an interesting hobby … he spends his spare time as a “venomous snake handler.” Other than that, he’s got 10 years’ experience and works at Vatican Tattoos in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. He’s hoping to beat his mentor, Chris Blinston.

Matt O’Baugh

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Matt O'BaughPhoto: Spike

Matt O’Baugh is the owner of Black Cobra Tattoos in Sherwood, AR. The artist has 14 years of experience, and is in the competition with his employee, Katie McGowan.

Brian Stephens

"Ink Master" Season 6 contestant Brian StephensPhoto: Spike

Brian Stephens hasn’t been in the tattoo industry for long. The El Paso, TX artist has a total of three years under his belt, but will do his best to get the respect from other competitors with more experience. He already has awards in traditional and color categories, and focuses in traditional and realism. 

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  1. Meet Your Maker

    In the season premiere, Apprentices battle their Masters to prove they are the best – and for the first tattoo, the playing field is level as the Judges will critique blind.

    In the season premiere, Apprentices battle their Masters to prove they are the best – and for the first tattoo, the playing field is level as the Judges will critique blind.

  2. Fight or Flight

    Oliver Peck's mentor guest judges, delivering a smack down when the Artists take on his specialty. A massive twist puts the power in the hands of the Artists and tests loyalties.

    Oliver Peck's mentor guest judges, delivering a smack down when the Artists take on his specialty. A massive twist puts the power in the hands of the Artists and tests loyalties.

  3. Sink or Swim

    It's sink or swim when the Artists team up to ink underwater ocean scenes on the back of Canvas' hands. Then, an outrageous head-to-head style sparks new rivalries and an explosive elimination.

    It's sink or swim when the Artists team up to ink underwater ocean scenes on the back of Canvas' hands. Then, an outrageous head-to-head style sparks new rivalries and an explosive elimination.

  4. Tut for Tat

    Teams get cutthroat adorning sarcophaguses and one Artist's vicious skull picks for Egyptian tattoos infuriates the competition. Avan Jogia, star of the Spike miniseries, Tut, Guest Judges.

    Teams get cutthroat adorning sarcophaguses and one Artist's vicious skull picks for Egyptian tattoos infuriates the competition. Avan Jogia, star of the Spike miniseries, Tut, Guest Judges.

  5. Problem Parts

    Naked models are used to create mind-blowing illusions, and a cutthroat artist gets a chance at vengeance. Tattoos on challenging body parts causes panic amongst the competition.

    Naked models are used to create mind-blowing illusions, and a cutthroat artist gets a chance at vengeance. Tattoos on challenging body parts causes panic amongst the competition.

  6. Firing Lines

    Heads roll when Artists must take on a legend in the Elimination Challenge. Devious strategy during skull picks heats up the competition, forcing one Artist to face an insanely demanding canvas.

    Heads roll when Artists must take on a legend in the Elimination Challenge. Devious strategy during skull picks heats up the competition, forcing one Artist to face an insanely demanding canvas.

  7. Predator/Prey

    In the most insane challenge yet, Artists must tattoo 4 on 1 to transform Canvases into wild animals. An unexpected twist surprises the judges and results in a shocking elimination.

    In the most insane challenge yet, Artists must tattoo 4 on 1 to transform Canvases into wild animals. An unexpected twist surprises the judges and results in a shocking elimination.

  8. Composed and Exposed

    An insane new tattoo style pushes the Artists' limits, resulting in mind-blowing masterpieces and mind-boggling mistakes. Tension soars between two top dogs as allies and enemies are made.

    An insane new tattoo style pushes the Artists' limits, resulting in mind-blowing masterpieces and mind-boggling mistakes. Tension soars between two top dogs as allies and enemies are made.

  9. Like a Moth to the Flame

    The Flash Challenge gets explosive when the Artists paint with fire. As the competition tightens, strategy kicks into high gear and the pressure causes major mishaps. A romance between Artists tests loyalties.

    The Flash Challenge gets explosive when the Artists paint with fire. As the competition tightens, strategy kicks into high gear and the pressure causes major mishaps. A romance between Artists tests loyalties.

  10. Hell on Wheels

    The stakes soar when the Artists must paint their most valuable canvas yet and one Artist's lies and tricks raise suspicions. Judges lay the smack down when drawing skills are put to the test.

    The stakes soar when the Artists must paint their most valuable canvas yet and one Artist's lies and tricks raise suspicions. Judges lay the smack down when drawing skills are put to the test.

  11. Hail Mani

    The Artists give religious tattoo virgins their first ink - on their fingernails. Enemies go head to head tattooing famous works of art and the smallest errors turn masterpieces into failures. One Artist's dirty plan is exposed.

    The Artists give religious tattoo virgins their first ink - on their fingernails. Enemies go head to head tattooing famous works of art and the smallest errors turn masterpieces into failures. One Artist's dirty plan is exposed.

  12. Slitting Throats

    The Artists join forces with inspiring guests in an eye-opening, high stakes challenge and Chris forces an Artist to prove loyalty. Painful throat tattoos throw Artists off their game.

    The Artists join forces with inspiring guests in an eye-opening, high stakes challenge and Chris forces an Artist to prove loyalty. Painful throat tattoos throw Artists off their game.

  13. Player's Choice

    Professional football players call the shots in the elimination tattoo, knocking the Artists off their game. Superfans get inked with permanent autographs. The loft lights up when Tyler is warned about Chris' dirty strategy.

    Professional football players call the shots in the elimination tattoo, knocking the Artists off their game. Superfans get inked with permanent autographs. The loft lights up when Tyler is warned about Chris' dirty strategy.

  14. Active Duty

    With a spot in the top four on the line, loyalties are put to the test. Artists feel the pressure when they must tattoo portraits on active military and their loved ones before separating for deployment.

    With a spot in the top four on the line, loyalties are put to the test. Artists feel the pressure when they must tattoo portraits on active military and their loved ones before separating for deployment.

  15. Go Big or Go Home

    The last four Artists standing fight for a spot in the Live Finale, but first they must survive a tattoo marathon. A massive twist is announced that lets America call the shots in the Live Finale.

    The last four Artists standing fight for a spot in the Live Finale, but first they must survive a tattoo marathon. A massive twist is announced that lets America call the shots in the Live Finale.

  16. Master vs. Apprentice Finale

    For the first time ever, the final three Artists tattoo live for K. Eliminated Artists return to confront each other and some of the fiercest former Artists return for a huge announcement.

    For the first time ever, the final three Artists tattoo live for K. Eliminated Artists return to confront each other and some of the fiercest former Artists return for a huge announcement.

  17. Meet the Cast Trailer

    9 masters, 9 apprentices, but only one artist will be left standing in the end.

    9 masters, 9 apprentices, but only one artist will be left standing in the end.

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Ink Master (season 6)

Season of television series

Ink Master
Hosted byDave Navarro
JudgesChris Núñez
Oliver Peck
No. of contestants18
WinnerDave Kruseman
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes16
Original networkSpike
Original releaseJune 23&#;()&#;–
October 13, &#;()

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Season 7

Ink Master: Master vs. Apprentice is the sixth season of the tattoo reality competition series Ink Master that premiered on Spike on June 23 and concluded on October 13, with a total of 16 episodes. The show is hosted and judged by Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro, with accomplished tattoo artists Chris Núñez and Oliver Peck serving as series regular judges. The winner will receive a $, prize, a feature in Inked Magazine, a Dodge Challenger and the title of Ink Master.

The premise of this season was featuring mentors and their apprentices as they compete against each other in an elimination-style competition.

This season saw the return of season three contestant Craig Foster, who originally finished the competition in 8th place.

The winner of the sixth season of Ink Master was Dave Kruseman, with Chris Blinston being the runner-up.

Judging and ranking[edit]

Judging Panel[edit]

The judging panel is responsible for passing judgement on each artist. They collaborate and use information from their own perception, the audience vote, human canvas vote, and the winner's worst vote to determine who should be sent home. Weight of decisions is set by the terms of the challenge skill.

Audience Voting[edit]

Audience voting is done through Facebook and Twitter, and was introduced in season 2. The audience vote was used in the finale episode to guarantee one of the finalists a spot in the top two.

Human Canvas Jury[edit]

After the tattoos are completed, the canvases for the challenge gather and vote on the best and worst of that day's tattoos. While the primary judges have the final say, the weight of the canvas vote does affect the judging panels final decision.

Jury of Peers[edit]

In episode two, the eight winners of the Head-to-Head challenge had to form a Jury of Peers to pick two artists to put up for elimination. These artists (including one artist picked from the Human Canvas Jury) had to participate in a Face-Off challenge to determine who would stay in the competition.

Contestants[edit]

Names, experience, and cities stated are at time of filming.

Contestant Name Years of
experience
Hometown Outcome
Dave Kruseman 20 Hagerstown, MarylandWinner
Chris Blinston 18 Coral Springs, FloridaRunner-up
Matt O'Baugh 14 Sherwood, Arkansas3rd place
Craig Foster 20 Carrollton, Georgia 4th place
Duffy Fortner 12 Prince Frederick, Maryland5th place
Tyler Nolan 10 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida6th place
Erik Campbell 13 Grand Junction, Colorado7th place
Katie McGowan 5 Sherwood, Arkansas 8th place
Dave Clarke 11 Fort Walton Beach, Florida9th place
Marisa LaRen 3 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 10th place
Cesar "Big Ceeze" Castaneda 17 Anaheim, California11th place
Mark S. "St. Marq" Agee 25 West Lafayette, Indiana12th place
Kito Talbert 10 Tulsa, Oklahoma13th place
Earl Noble 10 St. Petersburg, Florida14th place
Mat "MV" Valles 6 El Paso, Texas15th place
Miami Burgess 23 Carrollton, Georgia16th place
Ryan Hadley 15 Fort Wayne, Indiana17th place
Brian Stephens 3 El Paso, Texas 18th place

Master and Apprentices[edit]

Master. Apprentice
Mark S. "St. Marq" Agee Ryan Hadley
Chris Blinston Tyler Nolan
Miami Burgess Craig Foster
Erik Campbell Marisa LaRen
Cesar "Big Ceeze" Castaneda Kito Talbert
Dave Kruseman Duffy Fortner
Earl Noble Dave Clarke
Matt O'Baugh Katie McGowan
Mat "MV" Valles Brian Stephens

Contestant progress[edit]

&#; Indicates the contestant was a Master. &#; Indicates the contestant was an Apprentice.

Contestant Episode
1 2[a]3 4 5 6 7[b]8 9 10 11 12 13[c]14 15 16
KrusemanWINWINWINSAFE BTM4 TOP3 WINSAFE SAFE SAFE BTM3 HIGH BTM4 BTM2 WINWinner
Chris BlinstonBTM4 WINWINWINWINSAFE BTM2 SAFE WINWINWINBTM3 HIGH WINADV Runner-up
Matt O'BaughSAFE WINWINWINSAFE WINSAFE HIGH BTM5 WINBTM3 BTM3 SAFE TOP2 WINEliminated
Craig FosterWINWINWINSAFE WINSAFE WINWINBTM5 SAFE SAFE HIGH BTM4 SAFE ELIMGuest
Duffy FortnerBTM4 SAFE SAFE SAFE WINSAFE SAFE BTM4 BTM5 BTM3 WINWINBTM4 ELIMGuest
Tyler NolanWINSAFE SAFE WINWINSAFE SAFE BTM4 BTM5 SAFE WINHIGH ELIMGuest
Erik CampbellWINWINWINWINBTM4 TOP3 WINTOP2 TOP2 BTM3 SAFE ELIMGuest
Katie McGowanWINSAFE WINSAFE BTM4 SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE WINELIMGuest
Dave ClarkeWINWINSAFE SAFE WINBTM4 SAFE SAFE HIGH ELIMGuest
Marisa LaRenSAFE SAFE SAFE BTM3 WINBTM4 WINBTM4 ELIMGuest
Big CeezeWINWINBTM3 WINWINBTM4 SAFE ELIMGuest
St. MarqWINWINWINSAFE SAFE SAFE ELIMGuest
Kito TalbertSAFE BTM3 BTM3 BTM3 SAFE ELIMGuest
Earl NobleSAFE BTM3 WINSAFE ELIMGuest
MVWINLOW SAFE ELIMGuest
Miami BurgessSAFE SAFE ELIMGuest
Ryan HadleyBTM4 ELIMGuest
Brian StephensELIMGuest
  1. ^Earl and Kito defeated Ryan in the Face-Off challenge to determine who would stay in the competition.
  2. ^Chris defeated St. Marq in the Face-Off challenge to determine who would stay in the competition.
  3. ^None of the contestants impressed the judges enough for them to determine a winner.
&#; The contestant won Ink Master.
&#; The contestant was the runner-up.
&#; The contestant finished third in the competition.
&#; The contestant advanced to the finale.
&#; The contestant won Best Tattoo of the Day.
&#; The contestant won the Tattoo Marathon.
&#; The contestant won their Head-to-Head challenge.
&#; The contestant was among the top.
&#; The contestant received positive critiques.
&#; The contestant received negative critiques.
&#; The contestant was in the bottom.
&#; The contestant was in the bottom and voted Worst Tattoo of the Day by the Human Canvas Jury.
&#; The contestant was eliminated from the competition.
&#; The contestant was voted Worst Tattoo of the Day and was eliminated from the competition.
&#; The contestant returned as a guest for that episode.

Episodes[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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Best Tattoos of Season 6 - Ink Master

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Meet Your Maker Part III - Master vs. Apprentice (Season 6)

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In the morning I wake up and oddly enough I am satisfied, I have no feelings of guilt before anyone, this man left, who will know. Of course no one, and I also earned money.



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