Go behind the scenes as the Sand Masters create a sculpture fit for a Rodeo legend in Las Vegas.
The Sand Masters pose on their rodeo-themed sand sculpture.
The team is commissioned to build on Las Vegas' Fremont Street during the National Finals Rodeo.
They want their sculpture to capture the likeness of client, 1970 bull riding champion Gary Leffew.
Rodeo legend Gary Leffew hopes the sculpture will be the perfect way to celebrate his annual winter party.
Rusty works on the nitty gritty details.
After crash courses in mechanical bull riding and rodeo clowning, the team gets knee-deep in sculpting.
The team is forced to rebuild after drunken vandals destroy part of the sculpture.
Rusty and Morgan try to add even more details to the sculpture to please the client.
Rusty and Kirk remove part of the pound up.
After some conflict the team comes together to build a sculpture that wows the crowd.