Eric Fox was a contestant on the fourth season of Face Off!
Where are you now?
Coming from the show, I was finally able to find a couple investors to help get me into my own shop, which I run with my wife, Sheri. We have a nice big shop and are working on all kinds of great, new, fun and exciting projects.
What's one thing about being on Face Off that a viewer might not realize?
I don't think they really realize that all of the set times are accurate and I really was banging out my creations in the time being given.
What's your favorite memory from your time on the show?
When I first got to meet my castmates, the judges and the crew.
What's one thing you learned working on Face Off that you've carried forward into your makeup work?
I learned many different techniques and tricks from my castmates, from sculpting and painting techniques and tricks to application process. And I have used them all ever since. It truly was like a makeup boot camp.
What's something you would have done differently, looking back now?
I was pretty happy with everything I did on the show, but I probably would have made my giant bigger. Probably could have gotten another foot on it.
Whose work, either in your season or in a subsequent season you've seen, was your favorite?
That is a very hard one to answer, considering there has been so much great talent that has passed through the Face Off family. I don't have a favorite.
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