UROTA talks about his process and background, as he sculpts his interpretation of Shanks, from One Piece. Meantime, in Salt Lake City, Utah, sculptor and modeler Stephen Anderson attempts to create the ultimate Mihawk. Who will claim victory!?
One of the most historical and legendary match-ups: Freiza and Goku. Rodrigue brings his massive archive of knowledge to create THE Freiza he would want to put on his shelf as a collector. Meantime, in Japan, Manabu Yamashita talks about his approach in building a strong and unique figure.
In the third episode of the BWFC, Zhansong Wang from China talks about the importance of getting the face of the figure just right, while Noriyuki Yamaguchi explores the precision and background research required to nail a dynamic pose just right. VampyBitMe wears a cute little retro one piece.
In the fourth episode of the BWFC, Eric Sosa takes on the daunting task of sculpting one of the most iconic villains from Dragon Ball Z: Cell. He adds his own interpretation to the character, that is unique to the medium. Meanwhile, in Japan, VAROQ talks about the importance of staying true to the intent of the character, as he sculpts Future Trunks.
We go back into the world of One Piece for the fifth episode of the BWFC. Bruno Moss attempts his own interpretation of Shirahoshi -- a sculpture under the water. Meanwhile, in Japan, KENGO sculpts a Luffy that tries to capture the "essence" of the character.
For the sixth and final episode of the Banpresto World Figure Colosseum, we return to the world of Dragon Ball, as we witness Salvador talk about the importance of creative communities in developing his Super Saiyan Trunks. Meanwhile, in Japan, Hiroyuki attempts to create the ultimate Super Saiyan Goku to pit against artists from around the world.