Piggy bento I made for my sister.. it's an onigiri (riceball) with nori eyes, and I used pieces of ham for the nose and ears (morbid I know right xD) the rest is just carrots and strawberries..and the blush on the piggies face is ketchup ~ ! The little chickie cracking out of its shell its just a hard boiled egg with nori and a carrot nose~
So I watched RRCherrypie's Hello Kitty bento box tutorial on YT and I LOVED it. Unfortunately as much as I would like to make a real bento box, finding a local japanese market for the right ingredients is so difficult for me atm. *sadness!* Then I thought of the next best thing: polymer clay! On the left is the real bento and on the right is my rendition.
This is an Idea that has been in the works for a while. I know Its going to sound crazy, but this keyblade is not ment to be used. Its Like a 1000 times stronger than the X-blade. This keyblade is apart of my story and its would take to long to explain it. So If you wanna know more then ask. This is also a first attempt. If you like it. Say so. If not, throw some ideas at me. The key can change its attribute to any element. Its Final is called hehe well "Kingdom Hearts" and what it does is opens the gate to the kingdom. And it releases a massive amount of energy that destroys everything. Thats all for now. Please comment.
Keyblade Stats: Attack: Insta Kill Fool Magic: 999 Abilities: Final "Kingdom Hearts," attribute change, Combos for ground and air x20, and seriously your not going to live through on hit of this thing hehe
Anyways, this is basically the same as the Pinkie Pie birthday gift set that I posted earlier [link] Except this one was made for myself with my favorite pony! Doctor pony FOR THE WIN! Anyways, I hand sculpted the Doctor Whooves cuddling his little TARDIS out of sculpey III, folded seventy-six paper stars, and put it all in the box I assembled. The Doctor Whooves star paper is by me, and can be found here [link] and here [link] There are also a few stars made of this TARDIS star paper [link] A paper star tutorial is here [link] if you want to try folding some for yourself. And the pattern for the box can be found here [link]
A couple more Caribou ornaments- both were intended as gifts, so I thought I'd hold off on posting them until after the holidays, no need to ruin a good surprise! The purple deer has lavender glow paint, which is a bit of a pain to charge and photograph, but I'm still liking how it turned out. And of course, seeing this ornament in natural colors was a must!
These will most likely be cast in a limited amount - right now I'm aiming for 20 casts. They will be available throughout the year. Much like the pendants, these tiny ornaments are full, in the round, detailed sculptures. Each deer is 2 in tall and 2 in wide. These are sculpted, painted, and cast by the artist (me), so much love is put into each individual piece. Each comes with your choice of ribbon (your pick from available colors). Pendant wise, these are a bit large for my personal taste, but if anyone would like to wear their reindeer, I'm happy to give the option of necklace cords instead of ribbon.