McKenzie stands before the apocalyptic environmental scenarios that will influence the artists' next creations: evoloved humans, a la Syfy's The Expanse.
The Expanse creators Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck tutor the artists in incorporating the environment into their futuristic evolved humans.
Nora seems to have a weekly ritual of starting a face piece, hating it, scrapping it, and starting again.
Ben is trying hard to avoid the bottom with his Volcanic Disaster makeup. It's not a fun place to be!
Mr. Westmore told Scott he was veering too far off target for the challenge with his Nuclear Fallout character. He and McKenzie even came back for a second visit to warn him that it was way too insect-y.
The judges are super impressed with Jordan's Ice Age human.
Ben's Volcanic warrior didn't add up, logically or artistically. He's in Bottom Looks.
Stevie's design for the breathing apparatus of her Polar Melting fish-woman fell short. She's going home this week.
Evan designed some cool features to help his evolved Severe Drought human gather moisture, and in so doing gathered the win!
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