WARNING: If you don't want to know what happened in this episode, don't read this photo recap!
The teams are going to tackle a zombie outbreak in reverse: they're going to CAUSE the outbreak!
Look at those shining faces! That's the glow of a makeup artist who gets to do zombie makeup. Heaven!
Andrew steps up as foreman; he and his team base their infection on a mushroom that looks like a brain and works its way into the victim's spine. Eeeeuuugh…
Mr. Westmore coaches Kierstin to sculpt her zombie, exposed to the fungus one day ago, to tell more of a story by bursting out of the flesh. Yummy.
Phil's sculpt is looking more like a burn than a mushroom fungus to Mr. Westmore - Phil has some editing to do!
Andrew's zombie, 30 days after exposure, is grotesquely beautiful.
KC LOVES zombie video games, and is having a blast creating her 7-day-old zombie.
Andrew helps Phil detach his mushroom sculpture - a key storytelling piece for his makeup!
Neil Druckmann, creative mind behind some of the best zombie games out there, joins the judges' panel.
The judges admire the detail and accuracy of Kierstin's Day One exposure.
Faina's paint work was dope on the legs, where it mattered less, but dull on the face, where it mattered more.
Some gloss and finesse would've helped Nelson's Day 30 exposure.
Even after Mr. Westmore's guidance, Phil couldn't get his makeup to match the brain mushroom that was his inspiration. Farewell, Phil!
Andrew lands a top look. with this skeletal creation.
KC's passion for zombies led her to a top look, and the win for the week.
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