0:00:00 - "So, I'm going to split apart these two headsculpts and put one face on the other."
0:00:10 - "Huh. These heads are glued together a lot tighter than before."
0:05:00 - "These heads are REALLY glued together, aren't they?"
0:06:00 - "Where's my tools. I can't believe I need tools for this."
0:09:00 - "OK, finally got my tools."
0:15:00 - "MAN this is getting kind of ridiculous."
0:30:00 - "$(@#$(%&@"
1:00:00 - "$#(!$(*$&[email protected]($)%$&(#$)([email protected]!!!!!!!!"
1:30:00 - "OK, that's one head off. That's mostly clean."
3:00:00 - "Halfway through Sheena now..."
4:00:00 - "3/4 through Sheena..."
4:15:00 - "$#(!$(*$&!#(($%^%#&()#@*$%@($)%$&(#$)([email protected]!!!!!!!!"
4:30:00 - "DONE. Man, I'm never gonna do that again..."
That said: one person recommended dunking the heads in really hot water to soften the glues, but I'm not sure it would help. It felt like the halves of Sheena's head were fused together.
In any event, the ragged edges are indeed completely hidden once you re-assemble the headsculpts. They fit into the little channels you can see on the backs of the faceplates. They'll take a bit of futzing to get the hairlines right and I may need to redo Sonja's head.