A shop on web marketplace Etsy will 3D print a tiny version of the buyer’s own head to fit onto a Lego figure.
Funky3DFaces enables buyers to upload two photographs of their own head and choose a hairstyle and colour.
These images are used to produce a 3D model which is then printed into a three-dimensional head using a sandstone material.
The tiny heads take up to four weeks to ship, says the shop, though they don’t supply a Lego body so buyers need to provide their own.
Buyers have to provide their own Lego body to go with the 3D-printed head (Funky3DFaces/Etsy)
A 5mm hole in the neck means that that the 3D printed heads should fit onto any standard Lego body, though the shop points out that its products are not endorsed by the famous Danish toy firm.
Each 3D printed head costs £20, though the company is running a special ‘3 for 2’ deal throughout January.
Image credit: Funky3DFaces/Etsy