Ain't My Fault Zara Larsson
3 April 2013, 16:28
The 'Little Things' singers' models are seen being created in the workshop for the new tourist attraction.
One Direction fans have been given a sneak peak at the boy band's work-in-progress waxwork models ahead of their debut at Madame Tussauds.
The 'Live While We're Young' singers are set to each be immortalised in wax after it was announced earlier this year that they will be transformed into models as part of a touring attraction with the waxwork museum.
In several newly released pictures, artists are seen working on the designs for each boy band member's face, as they sculpt in the finer details onto moulds of the 'Little Things' singers.
Each waxwork model costs a reported $150,000 to create, and One Direction stars Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan had their faces measured up for the new project in early 2013.
Check out a picture of the work-in-progress of Harry Styles' waxwork below (Credit: Getty):
Director Morgan Spurlock has been teasing the UK boy band's upcoming 3D concert movie This Is Us today (3rd April), promising some "amazing footage" and some "lovely emotional moments" in the finished product.
View a shot of Zayn Malik's waxwork below (Credit: Getty):
Earlier this week it was also reported that One Direction are set to be named the UK's top earning boy band by the Sunday Times, as well as listing among the wealthiest musicians in Britain.
One Direction's 3D movie This Is Us is set for release in August while Madame Tussauds have yet to announce a launch date for their One Direction attraction.