McKenzie blows the artists' minds with the revelation that their first solo challenge is to create an unconventional dragon.
The contestants are more than a little jittery at the thought of this challenge - after all, dragons are big!
Tyler got so far ahead of the game on day one that he's able to add some extra elements, like badass wings, to his ice-breathing vulture-dragon. His creation lands in top looks this week.
Rashaad let his creative energy fly on the fabrication, but not to the detriment of his paint job, which Glenn highlights as spectacular. Rashaad also winds up in top looks.
Chloe had a brutal time with her molds all along the line and has to scrap about two thirds of her design idea. Even so, she and her seahorse dragon avoid bottom looks.
George's dragon has the more traditional fire orientation, so he works with a volcanic blend of reds, blacks and bronzes, and finds a place in top looks.
Niko's concept and silhouette were strong, but his paint job was muddy. He faces elimination this week.
Daniel felt confident in his concept going into last looks, but once on the reveal stage with a costume that's all wrong, his place in bottom looks makes more sense.
Tess's quilled huntress design suffered from time management issues, and though the judges liked her concept, her execution landed her in bottom looks.
Tyler's creation brought together tons of wonderful design ideas and blew the judges away. He wins this week's challenge!
Glenn couldn't find any elements of "dragon" in Daniel's character, and the overall effect was disorienting. He is the one to go home this week.
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