Robert got criticized for his ‘board game man’ — but that won’t stop him from naming his future characters! Watch this exclusive sneak peek from tonight’s new episode of ‘Face Off.’
Face Off is officially up and running and this week features David Peterson, a professional language creator who created the Dothraki & Valerian languages for Game of Thrones, and SyFy’s Defiance and Dominion. This week, the challenge will be for artists to create the long lost species that the belongs to the language. Here’s an exclusive sneak peek at episode three off Face Off.
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“I decided to call him Octoman, naturally,” Robert Lindsay, 45, says in the clip. “His very close friends call him ‘sushi.'” Of course, the others in the room are curious if he’ll continue to name his characters each week — and the answer is yes, yes he does.
Robert was born in Germany and worked as a dental technician before becoming a special effects makeup artist. He graduated from Cinema Makeup School and specialized in making face heads for TV and Film. He has worked on History Channel’s UFO Hunters, the bloody monster feature, The Millennium Bug, and made teeth for National Geographic’s Killing Kennedy.
Tune in to Face Off on SyFy at 9PM ET.