The artists must create an original sea monster. And also? The makeup must be able to hold up under water.
This is Damien's makeup and it did not hold up against the elements.
Ve: Oh, wow, his fins are coming off now. So is the paint.Damien: (observing while the judges are observing…) It’s falling apart…Us: Yep.
Here stands Derek's final makeup.
Glenn: The breast bone and chest look exquisite under water.Neville: I kinda like the dynamic of that head dorsal fin, too.Glenn: Love that fin.Ve: I like this a lot better underwater.Us: Should we take that as a compliment, Ve?
We're no experts but we think that Jordan's creation is awesome! And the judges agreed because he beat his competition, Damien.
Ve: Wow this looks so cool.Glenn: This color pallet looks so good under water … it’s really smart decision making.Neville: He’s done so much rendering and sculpting just with an air brush… the profile is so fantastic.
Sems like Matt can kind of do no wrong in front of the judges. Here's proof.
Neville: So beautiful.Ve: It’s fantastic! I like the way the chest moves.Glenn: The paint works even better underwater. The tiny little details that he managed and the black pops so much better.Neville: This is really a risky one to do - a giant nose like that?**Glenn interrupts** Mmmhmm, it could get goofy so easy but instead it’s really scary.
Mel's makeup wasn't a crowd favorite.
Neville: The face has gotten worse for me.Glenn: It has because it ups the contrast, the water is making it worse.Ve: yeah the most effective part is the mane.
Simply put, Glenn, Ve and Neville all thought that Walter's makeup was beautiful. Absolutely beautiful.
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