This week, Matt recieved help from special effects artist Jordu Schell, who's worked on Avatar, Chronicles of Narnia Prince Caspian and Hellboy. But the help didn't quite help because Matt didn't beat his competition, Derek.
Neville: Wow. This is HUGE. She’s definitely not beautiful to me.
Glenn:*Adjusts HUGE head piece.*
Ve: I think she looks like a fish.
Derek won his challenge against Matt. Kudos, Derek!
Glenn: I don’t know if the colors are helping but this is an absolute beautiful sculpture…and I love the shapes.
Ve: I like this up close much more than i did from far away
Neville: *looks on in silent approval.*
Kevon's creation was inspired by Avenue of the Baobabs.
Neville: This concerns me a great deal.
Glenn: We’re kinda back to where we were before with him - he’s trying to do too many things.
Us & Kevin: Go big or go home, tho! Right?
Apparently we had it wrong and Kevin was sent home.
The judges loved Walter's Painted Forest dryad so much that Walter was crowned the overall challenge winner. Whoohoo!
Congrats are in order to Jordan on winning the challenge against Kevon.
Ve: She’s beautiful.
Glenn: I think it’s a good balance between the dryad and the beauty and the armor and the tree bark. There’s a lot of things that he balanced very well in his design.
The judges weren't feeling Graham's look and he was sent home this week.
Neville: It’s feeling a touch possessed. Almost like an exorcist makeup.
This take on the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest landed Damien in bottom looks and he was almost sent home.
Neville: Thank God Megan’s (the model) lis are present because there’s the beauty. And beyond that it’s bordering on grotesque.
Ve: This looks like a big crab claw hand.
Mel's smile is the smile of a winner. Congrats on winning the challenge against Damien!