McKenzie tells the contestants that their assignment will be not only to recreate an Egyptian god, but mummify the creature and use the film Evil Dead as foundation for the tone of the piece.
Wayne created an incredibly detailed sculpt - as always - and uses every bit of focus he has to make sure the other elements of his creation are sterling.
At last looks, House sets down the head piece before adding some final gold highlights.
The judges find it remarkable that Wayne's crocodile god has so much movement in such an animal face.
Even though Glenn likes the work Eric F. did this week, he's dissatisfied that the look is stylized to such an extreme.
The judges find that Anthony buried his sculpture under a dull paint job, and he faces elimination.
Kris was shrewd with his color palate and inventive with his sculpture, and wins the challenge this week.
Instead of heightening the regal aspect of his mummy god, the gold paint blurred the hieroglyphs on House's work.
At this stage in the game, even an excellent makeup can spell elimination.
Eric F. paid homage to the origin of this challenge - the original Evil Dead - by creating an '80s-style monster.
The judges feel that Wayne finally managed his time and delivered a complete makeup.
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