Judith claimed she printed the title backwards, because Jane Austen use to write letters that way. That's a nice factoid, but it's not going to sell the book if you can't even read the name of it. One of the judges said it made him feel stupid not knowing what language it was.
Judith decided to use her "finger print" method to represent the flowers and gardens in Pride and Prejudice. (Cue cricket noises here.) She spent hours on it, but wasn't happy with how it was unfolding, ended up changing a lot of it and almost started over the following day.
Despite the lameness Judith displayed on three weeks in this show, she's a successful working artist and has shown her work all over the world. Checkout her website here.
Erik is the novice of the show. Judge Jerry Saltz told him to stop using that as an excuse for doing bad work. I think this was the best thing he's done so far, which isn't saying much.