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Old 03-07-12, 10:46 AM   #1
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Ink Masters...Tommy got ripped off

Anyone else watch Ink Masters and think that Tommy got shafted?
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Old 03-07-12, 11:09 AM   #2
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It's because Shane never came close to getting cut. I think that he does good tattoos but he shouldn't be ink master because he can't do very many other styles other than his black and white realism. I was upset when they let James stay over Josh.
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It's because Shane never came close to getting cut. I think that he does good tattoos but he shouldn't be ink master because he can't do very many other styles other than his black and white realism. I was upset when they let James stay over Josh.
Agree. The judges never nailed Shane throughout the show for not doing color. I thought the final determination was supposed to be based on the two pieces they did in the finale, not their entire body of work. Tommy hit a grand slam...even the judges said they were the best two tattoos of the whole show.

I still don't believe these are the best guys in the business. WAY too many mistakes and bad work throughout the show.
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I still don't believe these are the best guys in the business. WAY too many mistakes and bad work throughout the show.
This was the 1st season. Just like all of these shows (cooking, shooting, etc.) the better talent shows up in later seasons.
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I can't believe that red hair lady even made it that far or even on the show. I feel bad for everyone who got her
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I can't believe that red hair lady even made it that far or even on the show. I feel bad for everyone who got her
She was terrible. A diva with little talent. I assume the show has some sort of "guarantee" for the participants that if their tattoo was jacked up (like the claw hand or two right feet) that someone would fix them. I was also surprised that the contestants never figured out that they were being judged on quality, not quantity. Everyone kept trying to do huge pieces and running out of time.
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