Mr. Westmore, artist on Star Treks galore, is the guest judge for the retro alien Foundation Challenge. Groovy.
Ben is not loving his work right now -- just gotta get through this beast and move on to the Spotlight!
Jordan mixes orange and green in a killer combination that makes for one of Mr. Dub's faves.
Evan's elegant elvin creature wins the Foundation Challenge! The King of Alien-Makers liked his alien best? Now that's a high!
Since the Spotlight Challenge is to update their retro alien makeups with a modern vibe, Neville gives Ben some thoughts on how to "polish a turd," as Ben puts it.
Ve shares some thoughts on how Nora could proceed with her alien.
Meg had to run her cowl in polyfoam, which is not her preferred method. She's sure she's gonna wind up in Bottom Looks again, but the final result ends up being pretty dope!
Ermagerd! First Commander Riker drops by the lab to give feedback ... and now Worf is a guest judge? Fan-kid heaven!
Meg didn't think she'd be pulling this one off, but her makeup kicks butt!
Stevie was doubting herself but her awesome paint job and concept took her straight to Top Looks.
Jordan was so successful with his fabrication last week that he thought lightning could strike twice. Unfortunately, he's on Bottom Looks with this one.
Considering his mega-fanboy status, Scott is thrilled that his makeup goes to Top Looks!
Jasmine couldn't get her concept to really come through in the final product and finds herself on Bottom Looks.
Ben not only "evolved" his makeup immensely but also created an alien that felt modern and vibrant. He came from hating his makeup to winning the challenge!
Jason took a big step forward from his Foundation makeup but his messy application and sculptural missteps cost him the competition.
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