Here stands KC's orchid creation. Rick commends her for using paint make-up rather than using up all her time with an appliance. Ve wishes that KC wouldn’t have gone so strong on some of the darker colors because it’s too much of a contrast.
For Derek’s Indian Corn Cactus look, Rick questions the appliance and doesn’t feel that it adds anything to the challenge. However, Glenn feels that Derek was able to apply an incredible amount of detail to his model in such a short amount of time. Ve wasn’t a fan of the colors, she felt that it was a bit “Munster-y” as in Herman Munster.
Ve and Glenn were disappointed that George didn’t incorporate any of the purple flowers that a ripe artichoke has, anywhere on the model. And although he didn’t dig the lack of purple, Glenn complimented George on his stellar job blending the hair around the edges of the prosthetic on the model’s forehead. George was the first artist of the night to go home.
Here’s Miranda’s Round 1 look. Rick likes the color of the wig but feels that it looks a bit troll like. Glenn loves the idea that she has but she should have laid down some light colors so that the model’s skin tone didn’t get so muddy and lost.
Glenn said that Miranda produced a super interesting and super intelligent way to represent alien chronology by painting the clock-like feature on the model’s head and forehead. Ve just wanted a gloss - she says it would have really made it sing.
For Miranda’s take on the boogeyman, Ve wanted the hands and neck to be more stylized like the rest of the look. Rick said he digs the monochromatic look but he thinks it could have used a little more contrast. No matter the critique, this look - and the others- won Miranda the competition. Congrats, Miranda!