Anywho, here's a few of the things I've done... (put in spoilers as some of the images are quite big)
This is one of 3 LoZ boxes I've made. All 3 of them are now gone. I haven't used a stencil, they're all done by hand.
A Chu chu from LoZ, I'm still in 2 minds onto whether I should make any others at the moment, though I loved making this little guy!
This is one of the boxes I'm currently working on, Link is painted on one of the sides and I'm currently wondering whether I should paint Ravio inside the box lid or make a mini figure of him to put inside it...
This is my fluffy chocobo I made last year, he took forever! He's currently sat on the fireplace.
Smeargle with it's own mini canvas. I was really pleased with how this turned out, seeing as his feet didn't want to keep him up at one point!
This took me about 6 hours to do, I ran out of green beads twice and almost knocked it off the table I was working on at the time! This is now hanging up at my friends place.
I was so happy with how this Link turned out, especially his shield! I was going to make him little bombs and stuff but it was too fiddly in the end.
This is my little LoZ Ocarina of Time kit I made. The Navi had a bell inside it that rang when you shook her.
These took ages, I managed to mess up 3 of these and had to remake them, then the iron wasn't hot enough...
She was so much fun to make, my friend really wanted me to make her for him. Still haven't got round to make Latios though!
One of my best friends asked for this little Deino, I was so pleased with how he finally turned out, since his neck kept snapping off. I can't quite remember how I managed to keep it on in the end.
I know it doesn't look like much at the moment. I need to go over the tree trunks again, and the items need to be a bit more detailed. The leaves themselves are going to be made from felt and glued onto the box, which I'm in the process of doing. I've also included the Cheshire cat in the lid, so when you open it up, all you can see is his face grinning at you. Hopefully at the end this Alice in Wonderland box will look great once I've finished it.
All figurines are made of something called "air dough". It moulds like play doh but dries hard, yet still really light. It's my favourite material to use. I've tried using normal air drying clay before, but I find that I can't get the same results, and the items at the end are nowhere near as good quality at the end. I also use acrylic paint when I'm painting, I find the colours come out a lot brighter than oils or watercolours.
So... Any criticism would be accepted. I spend hours of my free time on this stuff. Also, if you want me to make something, just let me know.