WARNING: If you don't want to know what happened in this episode, don't read this photo recap!
The horns in the lab suggest something devilish is afoot for this week's challenge!
Neville designed these horns, printed them on a 3-D printer, and road tested them himself!
A charming family portrait.
Each contestant will choose a pair of horns associated with a level of Hell-according-to-Dante and create the demon that lives there. One character per contestant, so it's fair on the shops.
As foreperson of Twisted Six, Joseph susses out a unifying factor in all demons: a natural element like ice or fire.
Foreperson Faina notes that each of her shop's demons have priest-like qualities. She capitalizes on that as their unifying factor.
Phil is not the first to get major notes from Mr. Westmore, and he and Joseph figure this is a good time to start worrying.
KC is the resident horn expert of Twisted Six, but she's sharing her wisdom with Ethereal. Good karma!
Faina has been keeping her team on track, at the expense of her own time management!
Ethereal Effects win again! These guys are unstoppable!
Kierstin took a big risk, and it paid off!
Andrew and his demon listen carefully to the judges' positive feedback.
Jill looks frozen with fear; her demon is just frozen.
The judges can't get on board with Phil's "three Hell levels in one" concept.
Kierstin is on the verge of tears on learning she's this week's winner!
Jill was undone by her demon this week. Farewell, and keep at it.
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