Minecraft heads

Using Minecraft Heads as Objects

Custom Player Heads offer a nice way to add detail to a Minecraft build. You can place familiar items and objects around a Minecraft building. This is the most common method of getting detailed objects that just couldn’t be built with regular blocks.

How do heads look like things?

Instead of a making a Player Skin with a Head that looks like a human head with a face etc. people make heads that look like every day objects.. for example a head that looks like a loaf of bread…

Then: There is a way to get any Player Head in-game, which can then be placed onto a surface, or Item Frame.

What type of heads are there?

There are thousands of head designs, and a few Websites that offer a directory of useful Heads. We have our own curated list here: Minecraft Heads as Objects.

How to get Player Heads in-game

These can be obtained in game using something called a Command Block.

First give yourself a Command Block by opening up the chat window and typing:

/give @s command_block

You will then have the Command Block Item:

Place it somewhere nearby and Right Click on it…

Enter in the Command to Give a Nearby Player the Head…

Visit the Minecraft Heads Post. Or visit a website like: https://minecraft-heads.com/ to get the command required for a specific head.

Now place a Button next to the Command Block and push it to activate the command that was entered into the Command Block:

You can now place the Player Head on any surface or Item Frame:

Here’s a good example of a Basket “Head” being used in a Laundry Setting:

Sours: https://minecraftfurniture.net/articles/tips-guides/minecraft-custom-player-heads/

Minecraft Heads

Welcome to Minecraft-Heads, the largest website for decorative Minecraft skulls in the world. This site includes two databases: one containing over 2,000 "Player Heads", and one for over 30,000 "Custom Heads".

The » Player Heads shows the current skin worn by a user. Because these heads are bound to an active player account, the skins can change. We validate all player heads regularly to guarantee they will have the same texture shown on the website. » Custom Heads are directly linked to permanent skin files on the Mojang server, so these decorative skulls will never change. Unless using the Head Database Plugin, Custom Heads must be summoned in a 1.8+ version command block through a give code.

Please use our » Search page or our newly added » Tag Dictionary to find a design.

Can't find a design? Minecraft-Heads has several excellent skin designers who realize as many » suggestions from our users as possible. We allow the ability for any interested user to contribute to the database by submitting designs to our » custom heads generator or » player head generator.

Interested in becoming a part of our community?

Join our » Forum, » Instagram, » Facebook, » Twitter, or » Discord!

If you want to support the project you can also » become a Patron
or use the creator-tag "LordRazen" in the » EPIC Games Store.

The heads are sorted in categories and tagged if useful. You can select the different categories after entering one of the databases. The aim of this website is to provide a collection of high-quality and steady heads which are interesting for administrators and mapmakers.

Special thanks to all the skin designers out there: This database would not be possible without you!

Sours: https://minecraft-heads.com/
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A head is a decorative block. There are six types of heads: player, zombie, skeleton, wither skeleton, creeper, and dragon.



A mob head can be broken using anything and drops itself when broken.

If a head is pushed by a piston or comes in contact with water or lava, it breaks off as an item.

When destroyed by an explosion, the block always drops as an item.

Natural generation[]

Dragon heads generate on end ships found in end cities.

Mob loot[]

A wither skeleton has a 2.5% chance of dropping a wither skeleton skull when killed by a player or tamed wolf. The chance is increased by 1% per level of Looting, for a maximum of 5.5% with Looting III.

In Bedrock Edition, the chance is increased by 2% per level of Looting, for a maximum of 8.5% with Looting III.

Skeleton, wither skeleton, zombie, and creeper heads are also always dropped by the respective mob if it dies due to a charged creeper's explosion. If an ender dragon or the player is killed by a charged creeper, it does not drop its head.



Mob heads can be oriented in 16 different directions on top of a block, and 4 directions on the sides of blocks, similar to signs. They cannot be placed on top of each other, but they don't require a supporting block.

The dragon head opens and closes its mouth repeatedly like the ender dragon when placed and powered by redstone. The same animation occurs when worn by a (horizontally) moving player, zombie, skeleton, or armor stand (note: the animation does not play if the tag is set to 1)


The player can wear heads, similarly to pumpkins or helmets. This overlays the second layer of the player's skin.


Wearing the corresponding mob head reduces the detection range for skeletons (but not wither skeletons), creepers, and zombies to 50% of the normal range. This is similar to (and stacks with) the reductions in detection range from sneaking and from the Invisibility status effect.

In Bedrock Edition, wearing any mob head or carved pumpkin makes the player invisible to other players on a locator map.


Wither build configuration

Withers can be created by placing soul sand or soul soil in a T shape, and putting 3 wither skeleton skulls on top of the three upper blocks. The last block placed must be one of the three wither skeleton skulls. A dispenser can also create a wither, by placing the final skull onto soul sand directly in front of and below it.


A dispenser can equip a mob head on a player, mob, or armor stand with an empty helmet slot, within the block the dispenser is facing.

Dispenser can also complete the construction of a wither.

Crafting ingredient[]


Mob heads can receive the following enchantments, but only through an anvil.

Player skins[]

Human heads have an extra usage for map makers, they can be given NBT data so that they appear with the skin of any Minecraft account. This means if a player knows that a specific account has a head that is desired to display, the NBT data can be edited to make it appear.

The command to give the player a head skinned as another player is . Commonly, this kind of head is called player head.

Another command to give the player a head with another player's skin is . SkinURL is a string encoded in Base64 containing the URL of the player's skin.[1] A player head saves the skin of the player from the time it was created, meaning if the player changes their skin, the head still displays the original texture.[2] This kind of head is generally called a custom head.

Marc's Head Format[]

Marc Watson created a number of accounts with specific skins so map makers could use common heads without the risk of someone changing their skins.[3] Nowadays, since heads do not update the skin if a player changes their skin, this is not something map-makers need to worry about, though these skins are still useful. These accounts have names in the format , for example is the name of a Minecraft user with a zombie pigman head. MHF stands for "Marc's Head Format".[4] There are also a few blocks and "bonus" heads, for more variety. These player heads have not been updated in compliance with the Texture Update, and are outdated.

Because these are names of player accounts, these heads are obtained or placed using the tag, for instance: .

The following names/heads have been made available:[5]

  • MHF_Alex
  • MHF_Blaze
  • MHF_CaveSpider
  • MHF_Chicken
  • MHF_Cow
  • MHF_Creeper
  • MHF_Enderman


  • MHF_Golem
  • MHF_Herobrine
  • MHF_LavaSlime
  • MHF_MushroomCow
  • MHF_Ocelot
  • MHF_Pig
  • MHF_PigZombie
  • MHF_Sheep
  • MHF_Skeleton


  • MHF_Spider
  • MHF_Squid
  • MHF_Steve
  • MHF_Villager


  • MHF_Cactus
  • MHF_Cake
  • MHF_Chest
  • MHF_CoconutB





  • MHF_ArrowUp
  • MHF_ArrowDown
  • MHF_ArrowLeft
  • MHF_ArrowRight
  • MHF_Exclamation
  • MHF_Question


Java Edition:

Bedrock Edition:

Sours: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Head

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