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I thought it would be cool to build custom heads for these Warhammer figures and animate them.

Step 1: Materials

This is what you will need to do this instructable.

1. Sculpey

2. Model Warhammer kit

3. Eyes

4. Nuts (small enough to fit where the heads should be).

5. Magnets

6. Exacto Knife

7. Krazy Glue

8. 2 Part Epoxy

9. Tweezers

10. Drill

Step 2: Building the Figure

The first thing you need to do is make the figures. When you buy the figures it comes with an instruction manual and if you don't have one look at my pictures and look to see what to do. You will be using the krazy glue, exacto knife and the tweezers.

1. Cut out the pieces with the exacto knife

2. Glue the body together

3. Glue the legs to the body

4. Glue the shoulder pads to the arms

5. Glue the back pack thing to the body at the back

6. Glue the arms to the body

7. Glue the figure to the little black stand platform

Step 3: Building the Heads

Now you are going to shape the sculpey in some sort of head shape. Now you have a head shape for your figures. start to put in the magnets in the bottom deep enough to almost cover the magnet. When you have the magnet in take it out carefully with something like the tweezers or a tooth pick.

You will need:

1. Sculpey

Step 4: Baking the Heads and Gluing Them

Now you need to bake the heads cause they will harden. put them in for approximately 2:50 minutes and bake for 350 and you can use a toaster oven and a regular oven. Now take your heads and glue eyes on them. Now take the magnet and put it in the impression.

You will need:

1. Krazy Glue

2. Eyes

Step 5: Gluing the Nut to the Body for Magnet to Sit On


After this step wait 15-10 minutes and let the epoxy fully set. After that now you can put your heads on your figures and start to animate.

You will need:

1. Epoxy

2. Tooth pick

3. Nut

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