WARNING: If you don't want to know what happened in this episode, don't read this photo recap!
If facing their fears of competing on national television wasn’t enough, the artists also get to face their fears of sticking their hands into a tank full of tarantulas.
Adolpho goes for a big cowl to mimic the bulbous body of a spider.
Tate is loving the way his face prosthetics are coming together with his cowl.
We love Melissa! And she loves paint, as you can surmise from this photo.
Kelly is fighting with her prosthetics. She wants them to stay down, they want to fly free. She doesn’t pull her paint job together in time to continue to the next round.
Ve checks in on Tate's progress. He’s calling on his Native American heritage for inspiration on this creation in Round 2, for this Mad Max-esque character.
Aldopho is gonna get those edges DOWN, by gum!
Rick Baker looks on admiringly as Melissa covers her Mad Max warrior in “natural sunblock” (aka clay). Unfortunately she spent too much time achieving a “peeled lip” effect, and is eliminated.
A picture says a thousand words. Or one: relief! Round three is done.
Adolpho took a risk with that purple makeup, but he made it work!
Tate gives a “who let this one into the party?” look to his winning witch makeup. Congrats Tate!
A charming family portrait.
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