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Air weekdate:Wednesday Cast:McKenzie Westmore, Michael Westmore, Neville Page, Glenn Hetrick, Ve Neill, Ben Ploughman, Evan Hedges, Melissa Ebbe, Jasmine Ringo, Cat Paschen, Adam Milicevic, Cig Neutron, Emily Serpico, George Troester, Gage Hubbard, Tyler Green, Stella Sensel, Rachel Wagner, Niko Gonzalez, Keaghlan Ashley, Logan Long, Lois Burwell, Laura Tyler, Anthony Kosar, Rayce Bird, Anthony Canonica Jr., Johnny Leftwich, Yvonne Cox, Walter Welsh, Robert Lindsay, Rob Seal, Njoroge Karumba, Melissa Ebbe, Mel Licata, Katie Kinney, Kaleb Lewis, Jennifer Bowden, Greg Schrantz, Anna Cali, Meg Wilbur, Kevon Ward, Ricky Vitus, Melissa 'Missy Munster' Stell, Omar Sfreddo, Libby Rose, Jasmine Ringo, Ben Ploughman, Jordan Patton, Brittany Leslie, Nora Hewitt, Jason Henricks, Evan Hedges, Scott Fensterer, Sidney Cumbie, Stevie Calabrese, Patrick Tatopoulos Genre:Reality Channel:Syfy Status:Continuing
Face Off season 3 episodes list:
Sean Astin greets the contestants, who are challenged to create original aliens for the “Star Wars” cantina scene in the Season 3 opener.
The contestants must create an original pirate character "who has become one with the sea".
The Chinese New Year is the theme as the contestants create dragon makeup for performers doing an acrobatic dance routine.
The contestants create zombie makeup for characters from "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." Director Paul W.S. Anderson serves as a guest judge.
The contestants create makeup for superheroes and their sidekicks after getting inspiration from some astonishing vehicles. Kevin Smith is a guest judge.
The artists take inspiration from the video game Dishonored when creating characters with exaggerated features for the challenge.
The competing artists are tasked with creating original movie monsters based on sketches done by children. And a new twist changes everything
The competing artists use makeup to create looks inspired by Dr. Seuss' "Sleep Book," which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Material from a junkyard must be used in a cyborg challenge.
The NBC series "Grimm" inspires the makeup created by the competing artists.
The remaining three artists are tasked with creating Halloween-themed characters, which they then must have perform in a choreographed stunt show.
Viewers choose the Season 3 winner, who will be announced during the finale in Los Angeles. Also: The eliminated artists reunite.