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The final three must create animalistic kung-fu masters for an actual fight scene in hopes of being declared the winner in the Season 11 finale.
The remaining artists explore abandoned tunnels in search of inspiration for the humanoid underground monsters they are tasked with creating. Creature designer Jordu Schell makes an appearance.
Season 4 winner J. Anthony Kosar makes an appearance when the remaining artists are given the challenge of creating Mother Nature goddesses inspired by an arboretum and their own moms.
The trick for the remaining artists when given the challenge of reimagining classic Halloween characters is to incorporate a successful gag element in their designs. Also: Makeup artist Valli O'Reilly makes an appearance.
Characters inspired by art movements are created; and Elvira makes an appearance.
The pressure is on as the remaining artists are forced to work in teams when creating dark and sexy alien-circus characters.
The artists gather at a Gothic church at the start of a challenge based on the seven deadly sins.
The contestants are tasked with making ghost characters that are a mix of funny and scary during a trip to the Laugh Factory comedy club in Hollywood.
The makeup artists take inspiration from a trip to a park, as well as from magical Norse runes before they embark on creating dark elf warriors.
The four remaining artists must create original human-bird hybrids for the penultimate Spotlight Challenge.
Season 5 comes to a close with the artists creating a swan and sorcerer for a special performance of "Swan Lake" by the Los Angeles Ballet.
Season 8 begins with three returning champions joining the competition as coaches. Also: Oscar winner Rick Baker introduces the artists to their first Spotlight Challenge.
Oscar winner Rick Baker is the guest judge for the first Spotlight Challenge, which finds the artists working in teams to create two original alien characters, plus a primate leader.
The remaining 14 artists take part in a deadly predator challenge featuring guest judge Josh Hutcherson ("The Hunger Games").
The first individual Spotlight Challenge of the competition finds the 13 remaining artists tasked with making playing cards come alive in the whimsical style of Tim Burton.
The artists design creatures based on unique sound effects provided to them by Erik Aadahl.
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