The original design is made by Stan Winston, and are now being restored by McCune Design.
There are several stages of transformation.
The first 3 are quite easy to sculpt, but the final result is a whole other story.
His name is Andy Wright, a UK sculptor.
Here's his original reply:
"I was going to say [I'm not that into Michael Jackson so wouldn't be that
interested]...but that Robo head is actually pretty cool.
So yes, I could make it - for the right price.
I might have to treat it/price it as a one-off,
as I'm not sure if anyone else would want one."
At the moment i have some orders here and outside some cheap, some expensive and I also wanted to start saving money for the bttf nike mags 2015, otherwise would not be a problem with the price. Let's see what he says about the price, if he gave you the price for the head, ask him if it will be cheaper if he makes two head`s for two customer`s ?
I will ask him to make a nice deal on it.
I'm also saving up for the Nike Mag's from BTTF2.
There are rumors about re-releasing them this year.
Not sure if that's the case though.
I have been in contact with someone who makes these replicas exactly the same as the originals. For only $575 plus shipping
I'm not sure,
But I'm sure he would be able to do the job.
But to be fair, without lots of detailed pics I don't think anyone can.
Too bad they didn't make a casting of it like they do with many famous people.
The other stages also look good, but the final stage is the best one IMO.