Season 10 begins with the 14 competing artists working in teams of two to create alien bounty hunters.
Paul Reubens appears when the artists work in teams to create a whimsical makeup based on an oversized toy.
The remaining 12 artists team up to create a member of a long-lost race inspired by unique languages created by "Game of Thrones" linguist David Peterson.
The artists have to make realistic disguise makeup for their Focus Challenge.
The artists have to work in pairs to come up with parasitic aliens that burst out of their human hosts.
The artists have to come up with some whimsical ghost characters based on obituaries.
The return of the Gauntlet sees the artists battling it out in three challenges with the first two winners being rewarded with a night on the town.
The artists attempt to transform beautiful, evil, sorceresses into their hideous real selves.
Unique vessels provide the inspiration when the artists face the challenge of creating mischievous genie characters.
The artists create unique Cyclops characters in the Focus Challenge; guest judge Douglas Smith.
Characters from the World of Warcraft game come to life by the remaining artists who create realistic characters for the 2016 film adaptation, which stars guest judge Robert Kazinsky.
The artists have to selects a species from the Universal Orlando attraction, and think about its evolution into an intelligent being.
The finalists have to come up with makeup for films adapted from a horror anthology by director Jason Blum.
The three finalists have to create short horror films before the champion is crowned.