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Air weekdate:Tuesday 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, Tate Steinsiek, Tate Steinsiek Genre:Game Show, Reality Channel:Syfy Status:Continuing
Face Off season 6 episodes list:
Season 6 begins with 15 contestants taking on the task of creating beasts to be paired with beauties.
The challenge is to create out-of-this-world alien creatures that are afflicted with interplanetary ailments.
Dragon makeups are created by the 13 remaining artists for the season's first individual Spotlight Challenge.
The artists work in teams to create rockers who are literally at one with their electric guitars.
The contestants create monsters based on silhouettes given to them by the producers.
Today the artists take inspiration from a swamp and make cryptids.
The remaining contestants have to create a wizard inspired look with wands on hand to provide further inspiration.
The lucky contestants arrive in Tokyo and dive into the beauty, excitement, and magic of the city in places like the hectic Shibuya district, sensual fish markets, and serene city gardens. In one of these, Rikugien Garden, they meet their Foundation Challenge, as well as one of the makeup industry's heroes, Kazuhiro Tsuji.
When the contestants walk into the lab, it's completely transformed into a different kind of lab, one that a mad scientist might use to transform a human guinea pig into a grotesque monster. McKenzie allows them to choose an antique medical (torture) device to best create their "experiment", from a trephine to an embalming pump.
To help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the artists will be creating their very own visions of Roald Dahl creatures that have never before been seen onscreen: Hornswogglers, Snozzwangers, Vermicious Knids, and Whangdoodles - all predators of the dear, sweet, oompa-loompa. Filmmaker (and daughter of Roald Dahl) Lucy Dahl gives the artists some key thoughts on how to make a creature that would survive and thrive in her father's world: Make them whimsical, scary, and the extreme expression of whatever characteristic they embody. She'll be back to see their final creations at the reveal stage!
The artists must create original mutants.
Los Angeles Union Station inspires the artists before they create futuristic robots tailored to specific professions.
Who's the best monster in the world? The vampire, of course! And that's exactly who the artists get to make this week. And since this is Face Off, it's not going to be easy: each artist chooses, at random, the name of a vampiric character from another culture. They must create their interpretation of these worldwide myths, as well as add an extra killing feature not usually associated with vampires.
The four remaining artists compete for a spot in the finale by creating werewolf rivals for their vampire characters.
The remaining contestants have to create two dancing aliens who are able to perform without breaking.