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So here we go again with another exciting episode of Face OFF.
Rule #1 for this episode: Knowing what the word whimsical means, which, to be honest, I kinda felt like the Judges didn't have a unified understanding of it. I don't blame them though 'cause if any of the contestants looked at any art related to Mother Goose, they would've know what they should and shouldn't do.

1: full of, actuated by, or exhibiting whims (see whim))
2a : resulting from or characterized by whim or caprice; especially : lightly fanciful <whimsical decorations>b : subject to erratic behavior or unpredictable change.
Also: spontaneously fanciful or playful; given to whims; capricious, quaint, unusual, or fantastic.
The Crooked Man
Was turned into a monster; nothing whimsical about it...which is why both artists failed the challenge.
The Spider
Was cute, he kinda had a smile and I liked the rose. I think he could've been more whimsy, but you could at least seen their intention.
The Cat and the Fiddle
Was great. Clearly they knew the subject matter very well and did a nice take on it.
Man in the Moon
Was turned into the Woman in the Moon and though I agree she looked more like an asteroid than the surface of the moon, she felt whimsy given her clothing.
Humpty Dumpty
Again, turned into a Woman, but a little too serious/runway-ish (which isn't whimsical) but either way a very good and cool take on the character. 
More Horror than anything and it's very clear the only reason they stayed was because of how good it was, 'cause on the whimsy mark...I mean, are you kidding? It was scary. Remember what McKenzie said when she first saw it?

That's it for now.
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