How to Build a 3D Skull in Minecraft

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Check this out. If you treat every square as a block in Minecraft you can make yourself a skull!! I guess the 3D part of the title is redundant…. I made it myself so I could see what it looks like:

check it
Jolly Roger :P

Not bad right? If you think you can do better please send me a screenshot, maybe a blueprint… (easily made in paint).

Much appreciated:)

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How to Download ModLoader/AudioMod

Certain mods only with previous ModLoaders. v4 mods will not work with v5 ModLoader and so forth. This will only work until the next update which will break the mod.
If you have modded before and not used ModLoader, it is in your best interest to start with a fresh minecraft.jar.
Okay if you are going to mod you must agree with this disclaimer.
Disclaimer: DO NOT SKIP THIS! Modding alters minecraft.jar and may cause SMP not to work with this mod installed. Mods can add new content and it is a bad idea to load old worlds that you played in before you installed this mod. Modders are not responsible for any accidental damage to your Minecraft copy or computer. BACK UP YOUR FREAKING WORLDS!

Still with me? Sorry about all that. Now for the easy part.

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For Windows:
1. Open up %appdata%, or go to start, run then type in %appdata%
2. Go to .minecraft/bin
3. Open minecraft.jar with winRAR or 7Zip
4. Put necessary files into the jar

Necessary files below \/
ModLoader v4:(
ModLoader v5: (

Modloader v1.7.3 beta: (

AudioMod 1.2: (

AudioMod Beta 1.7_01🙁


5. Delete the META-INF folder
6. Run and Enjoy!!!

For Mac users (only ModLoader) :
Sorry I don’t understand much of this, but is this what it says.

1. Go to Applications>Utilities and open terminal.
2. Type in the following, line by line:
cd ~
mkdir mctmp
cd mctmp
jar xf ~/Library/Application\ Support/minecraft/bin/minecraft.jar
3. Outside of terminal, copy all the files and folders into the mctmp directory.
4. Back inside terminal, type in the following:
jar uf ~/Library/Application\ Support/minecraft/bin/minecraft.jar ./
cd ..
rm -rf mctmp
5. Run and Enjoy!

Sorry guys, I am not extremely technical so I will not be able to help every problem you have, but I will do what I can.

Leave a comment if you have done this mod and it worked.

Much appreciated 🙂

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