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Laura’s Wrath creature in season 5, episode 9
When the contestants created characters embodying each of the Seven Deadly Sins, Laura Tyler delivered a terrifying look for Wrath, with skin that appeared to have been torn off its skull.
Glenn Hetrick’s take: “The top of the head, the way the skin is flayed back — hat’s strange, all these sort of fingered holes as the skin stretches down. But it disrupts the form. It makes it work. It’s not just the expected flat skin layer. Then you have these sort of weird, bulbous horn shapes that were organic. But the success of this lies in the area between the chin and just up to beneath the eyes. The skull over the face with the teeth on top of your mouth thing is usually a horrible idea. It basically never works. But here, brandishing a sound knowledge of animal anatomy, she uses more of a cat skull shape with the jawline and under the ocular orbit as it comes into the mandible. It gives us a reason to believe that the skull shape results with the teeth where they are instead of feeling like they’re glued on top of the human face.”