What you'll need:
- Ant-Man Funko POP! Figure
- '21 Jump Street' Morton Schmidt POP! Figure
- Craft Glue
- Exacto Knife
- Hair Dryer
The first thing you need to do is pick up some Ant-Man and '21 Jump Street' Morton Schmidt POP! figures. You are going to need to remove the head from each figure. The Ant-Man POP! is easy to remove, but the Schmidt one will take a bit of work. In order to remove it, use a hair dryer to heat up the figure and pull on it to remove the head. If the disc at the bottom of the head becomes unattached simply use a craft glue (I use E6000) to reattach it back to the head.
After removing the heads from their bodies, remove the spring from the Ant-Man figure by simply pulling it off. Next, use the hair dryer to heat up the bottom of the Ant-Man head. Once heated up, use an exacto knife to (carefully) cut open the bottom of the Ant-Man helmet. Next, you'll need to cut open the front of the mask and remove it from the rest of the helmet. Once cut, there's a thick black post at the top of the helmet that is used to attach the spring. Heat it up and cut it out using your exacto knife. It is glued in there pretty good, so this will take a lot of patience as you need to go slowly and use caution not to cut yourself.
Take the face of the mask that you've cut out and carefully remove the lenses from the eyes. After removing them, heat up the mask until it's pliable and cut the eyes out. Now that they have been removed, reattach the lenses onto the mask.
Below is a finished "Battle Damaged" variant version of my custom Ant-Man figure.