Friday, August 5, 2011

LEGO Hero Factory how-to: Witch Doctor head as a hero helmet

Last time I showed a way to use Fangz and Scorpio/Waspix heads as hero helmets, and this time I have a way to do it with Witch Doctor's head.  I hope this gets you thinking!

14 comments:

  1. Cool. Also, I'm pretty sure that in the preliminary version, the hero head was going to be used with the WD mask.

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  2. Cool, thanks for the help. Is it just me or is that Witch Doctor head tan?

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  3. Yeah, I actually have some ideas, but I don't have the parts. :(

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  4. WHY IS IT TAN???

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  5. Cool. It seems way more stable than the other villains.

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  6. The reason it looks tan is probably just the lighting or
    video quality, but that's usually pretty good in Jang's videos...
    So maybe he spraypainted one tan for an upcoming MOC?

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  7. i figured out how to get the raw jaw head to go on a hero factory head do what u were doing on the helmets and it looks like the head is on the inside of the mouth
    only put on first peg

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  8. to get the raw jaw head to fit is to get exoforce in the front then put the little extened thing then a second smallest armor in the head then the mask

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  9. the smallest armor is easier

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  10. Chronos, Lord of TimeAugust 9, 2011 at 9:37 AM

    Ooh, a tan Witch Doctor head! (Spraypainted?) Can't wait for it to be used in a MOC!

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  11. you should put the raw jaw mask on a hero head!

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  12. He tried. I tried. We all tried. RawJaw's head just doesn't work as a hero helmet.

    Oh and on another note why. Is. It. Tan.

    A 'decaying skeleton' Witch Doctor MOC would be so cool!

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  13. I found a slightly tweaked version of this design, though instead of rotating the first bushing '+' wise for the axle slot, place it in an 'X' shape. There's enough space for the Exoforce Arm to fit up, the eyes fit better to the sockets, and the friction between the bushing and the Exoforce Arm is great enough to keep it more secure and tightly fitting. You have to place the helmet so the face is closer to the inside of the mask, so that the Exoforce piece is caught in the middle of the head trying to be forced out by the front of the mask but still being pushed by the bushing. If I could make a video on it I would.

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