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Some episodes also feature a "Foundation Challenge", a smaller challenge that introduces a new technique on a smaller scale, and the winner is awarded an advantage for that week's Spotlight Challenge, ranging from immunity from elimination to receiving a first choice of theme.The Face Off winner receives The second season added the 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid to its prize package.Actualmente se encuentran transmitiendo la cuarta temporada del show. Leer más Derek Atherton, Mary Celenza, Brett-Patrick Jenkins, Steve Stensager, Nick George, Seon Zick-Park, Michael Agbabian, Sara Kabisch, Dwight D.Smith, Jared Ronin, Blair Baskin, Sava Kim Ellis, Matt Larkin, Megan Hope-Ross, Aaron Bratcher, Douglas Reid, Claudia Croce-Tashman, Belinda Bernardo, Jeff Hazan, Charley Barr, Anthony Girard, Stan Evans, Steve Hoffmann, Richard Brusa, Nick Kendrick, Will Robertson, Michael Bailey, Alex Davies, Chris Rehnke, Mark Bettencourt, Paul Hogan (III), Raquel Loaiza, Peter Ney, Evan Hyden, Mark Indigaro, David Vanacore, Bruce Dorfman, Keith J.Face Off is a competition/elimination series exploring the world of special-effects make-up artists and the unlimited imagination which allows them to create amazing works of living art.
El 7 de febrero del mismo año, Syfy anuncio que la serie fue renovada para una tercera temporada.
in 2011, Steinsiek was selected to compete in the first season of the Sy Fy reality series Face Off.
Out of the original field of twelve contestants, Steinsiek made it to the final episode as one of the top three artists, eventually losing a tight race to winner Conor Mc Cullagh.
Steinsiek has worked on special effects and makeup for several films and television series, including Law & Order, Clash of the Gods, and The Amazing Spider-Man.
Steinsiek told the Tulsa World that his mother had been contacted by his preschool teacher after he drew "a horrific monster with big fangs, vomiting blood." The teacher advised her not to allow Steinsiek to watch horror movies, to which she replied "he isn't allowed to anyway." After changing the band's name to Malevolence, the group garnered some local acclaim and, after opening for national acts Ice-T, Suicidal Tendencies, and Infectious Grooves the band relocated to Boston at the recommendation of their label.