Face Off Season 11 Episode 2: The Good and Bad of It

Published February 9, 2017 by rmpixie

The second episode of season 11 took us to church where the gang had to work on their good and bad sides. McKenzie wanted them to create an angel and devil but it had to be on the same model. The artists had to use their own good and bad traits to inspire the makeups., and the judges had to see an angel and devil clearly in the makeup.

Gage and Rachel used selfishness and emotionally giving as their inspiration. They created an angel with a parasitic demon emerging from her back. During the walkthrough, they were advised to create separate devil and angel wings since the makeup was too devilish looking. They decided on a laced finger look on the angel’s back. They had to revise the finger effect when they realized they lacked definition. Overall the look was good, but I thought the paint on the face was too flat and missing definition. The judges liked the back but though the paint was muddy. They were safe.

Ben and Evan were determined to do better this time. Their concept was similar, with a selfless angel and a consuming devil. During his sculpt, Ben started to become doubtful and decided to start over. That was the right choice. Their makeup was more literal, and the guys were pleased with the outcome. The judges loved the makeup. Glenn thought the devil was classic looking in an old school way, and the angel was exquisite to them. This well thought out makeup put them in the top looks.

Keaghlan and Melissa created an angel consumed by a self-critical devil. Keaghlan sculpted the face and Melissa did the torso, each working in statue details. Melissa had to redo their halo, but their concept was great. I thought it was beautiful makeup and they were safe this week.

Jasmine and Stella had trouble getting their concept together. Mr. Westmore told them they needed to work on the look since it was 90% devil. They were worried but then focused on their own shared trait: stubbornness. Their concept would be a bullish devil with an open heart. The broken wings Stella wanted didn’t set properly in the mold, so she had to start over again. The makeup didn’t really come together. The judges felt it didn’t make sense and it was an incomplete concept. Their forms and concept put them in the bottom looks.

Logan and Adam focused on lust and protection. Their archangel would struggle with a lustful demon coming out of him. Mr. Westmore told them to put more expression on the face emerging from the angel’s chest. Adam was worried about their paint job since there was a lot of detail. It did end up taking them a long time to finish, and the judges also though this concept didn’t make sense. It lacked proper proportions and the colours were muddy. They too were in the bottom looks.

Cig and George created an angel who was weighed down with self-doubt in the way of a heavy stone she carved out. She had a stained glass halo that Cig made from L200 and vaccumform. Their abstract look struck Glenn as slightly Native American with the halo. They were safe.

Niko and Cat worked on jealousy and loyalty. They went with a bride who was rotting from the inside. Mr. Westmore told Niko to be careful with the dark makeup they wanted to put on half the model’s face. He would lose definition if it was too dark. Niko also created wings with armature wire which took a lot of time. The final look really worked and impressed the judges, especially with the wings which were anatomically correct. The beauty makeup also made them happy, and the veining on the other half of the face was done well as well. They were in the top.

Tyler and Emily created an angel who was corroding from guilt. They wanted to create a bronze statue and layered their paint job for the effect. Glenn loved the head-piece and the work on the look of corrosion. The head really was beautiful. This put them in top looks, and it was a great birthday present for Tyler, who was celebrating it with his Face Off family. The judges thought it was gorgeous even though it didn’t convey the challenge.

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The winner was Cat and Niko!! They made smart choices and captured the spirit of the challenge.

The team going home was Jasmine and Stella. They were in the bottom two times already, and this week’s character was confused. They were proud to make it this far, and the judges loved their work.

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