I'm throwing my hat into the Skull Head Bludgeon ring with this one. There is the question out there of why an alien robot would have a human skull for a face. The answer is simple to me. As a master of Metalikato he knows the importance of intimidation and psychological warfare, and has taken on the local death imagery as his look. And besides that, it's extremely Metal. I decided to build up my new face on top of the original. I started by carving out the mouth area with an exacto knife. I left the eyes intact, because I will be needing them, because I want to recast the block behind them in clear red to "reactivate" the light piping that Hasbro decided against using. I'm ok with the helmet, but I wanted it to have a bit more shape. I carved grooves into the sides of to make them look like they fold outward, like the G1 helmet. I used Faststeel to make his new brow ridges and nose hole. I don't normally use it for faces, but I wanted it to set quickly and be strong. I added a center point on the crest to make it a little more interesting looking. When the brow ridges set, I carved them into a sharper shape with the exacto. Next I sculpted the teeth with Quikwood, because it sets slower and is better for detail work. I also went over the cheeks and narrowed the eye sockets. I also popped off the center crest and started over. I originally tried to sculpt both rows of teeth at once, but it wasn't happening, so I trimmed off the bottom and did my best on the top. When I have to do teeth, I use a small tool with a round top to make the dents at the top of the teeth and an exacto to make the grooves between them. If you use an exacto for more than five minutes it will usually have the very tip snapped off giving you a little square end. This is the perfect tool for making little grooves in things. Once it all set, I went back in with the Quikwood and finished the bottom row and finessed the cheeks and nose some more. At this stage, I painted it all white to get a better idea of what I need to fix up, and I trimmed down the cheeks some more. Then I put another layer of paint on and test fit in on the body. I find that painting as I go is good for getting a better idea of the final product and helps give a smoo lther surface. The details will be a lot clearer when it isn't just glossy white. At this stage, I'm going to put him down and come back to him with fresh eyes later, to see if I want to change anything before doing a final paint. Thanks for looking! As always comments and suggestions are welcome.