The winner of Season 7 is revealed following one last challenge: Creating two knights, one which embodies life and the other death.
The final four are given unique newspaper headlines that showcase a scene of destruction – and they must create the creature responsible.
The artists must create beautiful faeries, born out of a post-apocalyptic disaster.
The remaining artists must create their own version of a Greek God – along with the severed head of a creature they’ve slain.
The artists must take fairy tale staples like ogres and faeries and reimagine them as high school students.
The eight surviving artists must transform their worst childhood fears into terrifying evil clowns that will have to withstand the rigors of a nightmarish circus performance.
The artists create snake-inspired super soldiers for one of the world’s largest franchises, Hasbro’s G.I. Joe.
In partnership with Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights, the artists are tasked with creating a horror villain inspired by original movie posters and their tag lines.
The artists team up to re-imagine characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz as though they've fallen down the rabbit hole into Alice's Wonderland.
The pressure of another individual challenge weighs on all eleven artists as they each have to mash-up two animals to create a unique new species.
After a superhero Foundation Challenge, the artists become one with nature as they create fantastically twisted tree characters.
In their first individual Spotlight Challenge, the 13 remaining artists explore the world’s great wonders and the ancient aliens who may have helped build them.
In their first Spotlight Challenge, the surviving artists team up to create a series of Dick Tracy-style gangster makeups inspired by the nicknames of real-life gangsters.
Season 7 begins in a a big way. As in, the first challenge is actually an audition.
This competition/elimination series explores the world of special effects make-up artists and the unlimited imagination which allows them to create amazing works of living art. The show incorporates effects make-up, including prosthetics, 3-D design, animatronics, sculpting, eye enhancers, puppeteering, casting, and molding. Each episode concludes with a contestant being sent home by a panel of expert and celebrity judges.
After a season-long battle, the final three artists must create two rival aliens that can survive a rigorous dance performance.
McKenzie Westmore, host of "Face Off" answers fan questions from Facebook in this exclusive Q&A.
Its fun teamwork between the models and the contestants as they finish the make-up!
Beki shows you exactly how a giant cupcake gets created.
RJ does his best to console Roy who is still reeling from the epic polyfoam failure he endured earlier that day in the lab.
Watch an exit interview from casting for Season 2 of Face Off.
Watch the contestants models morph from human to dragon in this montage from the 'Year of the Dragon' episode of 'Face Off'
If a bug ain't sexy, nothing is.
Check out this exclusive bonus scene from Cosmic Conspiracy
Check out this exclusive bonus scene from episode 6, Cryptic Creatures
Check out this exclusive bonus scene from Face Off episode What a Dahl!
Sometimes being in a pair is difficult - especially when Michael Westmore tells you you’re idea won’t work.
Sarah and Laura have some fun with a pair of enormous pants while in the lab.
Watch the contestants models morph from human to extraterrestrial in this montage from the "Alien Interpreters" episode of "Face Off"
McKenzie: "You did not just bump it."
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