Now Playing Tracks

kai-ni:

bon-appeteats:

The resin dried super fast today so I was able to get pictures of these guys. :D
I really, really like these. A lot. Even though the resin bubbled a lot more than it usually does, I was able to manipulate the bubbles to try and form them into bubble nests, which adds a lot to the cups I think. :)
Details:
THE FISH ARE NOT REAL. They are made from polymer clay.
The water is resin.
The plants are real leaves and flowers I found in my backyard. The substrate is sand.
They are in clear glass miniature cups so you can see through the cup at all angles.
These will be available at Tampa Bay Comic Con (August 1-3). You can commission one once my commissions reopen after Comic Con.
Please do not keep real betta like this! While these little bowls work fine for fake clay bettas, real bettas need at least 2.5 gallons (5 gallons would be better), a filter, and a heater. Please do your research before buying one of these awesome little fish. :)

This is the best, Bon! I absolutely LOVE the little bubble nests! It was a great idea to turn the bubbling in the resin into that! Gosh I love these!
Zoom Info
kai-ni:

bon-appeteats:

The resin dried super fast today so I was able to get pictures of these guys. :D
I really, really like these. A lot. Even though the resin bubbled a lot more than it usually does, I was able to manipulate the bubbles to try and form them into bubble nests, which adds a lot to the cups I think. :)
Details:
THE FISH ARE NOT REAL. They are made from polymer clay.
The water is resin.
The plants are real leaves and flowers I found in my backyard. The substrate is sand.
They are in clear glass miniature cups so you can see through the cup at all angles.
These will be available at Tampa Bay Comic Con (August 1-3). You can commission one once my commissions reopen after Comic Con.
Please do not keep real betta like this! While these little bowls work fine for fake clay bettas, real bettas need at least 2.5 gallons (5 gallons would be better), a filter, and a heater. Please do your research before buying one of these awesome little fish. :)

This is the best, Bon! I absolutely LOVE the little bubble nests! It was a great idea to turn the bubbling in the resin into that! Gosh I love these!
Zoom Info
kai-ni:

bon-appeteats:

The resin dried super fast today so I was able to get pictures of these guys. :D
I really, really like these. A lot. Even though the resin bubbled a lot more than it usually does, I was able to manipulate the bubbles to try and form them into bubble nests, which adds a lot to the cups I think. :)
Details:
THE FISH ARE NOT REAL. They are made from polymer clay.
The water is resin.
The plants are real leaves and flowers I found in my backyard. The substrate is sand.
They are in clear glass miniature cups so you can see through the cup at all angles.
These will be available at Tampa Bay Comic Con (August 1-3). You can commission one once my commissions reopen after Comic Con.
Please do not keep real betta like this! While these little bowls work fine for fake clay bettas, real bettas need at least 2.5 gallons (5 gallons would be better), a filter, and a heater. Please do your research before buying one of these awesome little fish. :)

This is the best, Bon! I absolutely LOVE the little bubble nests! It was a great idea to turn the bubbling in the resin into that! Gosh I love these!
Zoom Info
kai-ni:

bon-appeteats:

The resin dried super fast today so I was able to get pictures of these guys. :D
I really, really like these. A lot. Even though the resin bubbled a lot more than it usually does, I was able to manipulate the bubbles to try and form them into bubble nests, which adds a lot to the cups I think. :)
Details:
THE FISH ARE NOT REAL. They are made from polymer clay.
The water is resin.
The plants are real leaves and flowers I found in my backyard. The substrate is sand.
They are in clear glass miniature cups so you can see through the cup at all angles.
These will be available at Tampa Bay Comic Con (August 1-3). You can commission one once my commissions reopen after Comic Con.
Please do not keep real betta like this! While these little bowls work fine for fake clay bettas, real bettas need at least 2.5 gallons (5 gallons would be better), a filter, and a heater. Please do your research before buying one of these awesome little fish. :)

This is the best, Bon! I absolutely LOVE the little bubble nests! It was a great idea to turn the bubbling in the resin into that! Gosh I love these!
Zoom Info
kai-ni:

bon-appeteats:

The resin dried super fast today so I was able to get pictures of these guys. :D
I really, really like these. A lot. Even though the resin bubbled a lot more than it usually does, I was able to manipulate the bubbles to try and form them into bubble nests, which adds a lot to the cups I think. :)
Details:
THE FISH ARE NOT REAL. They are made from polymer clay.
The water is resin.
The plants are real leaves and flowers I found in my backyard. The substrate is sand.
They are in clear glass miniature cups so you can see through the cup at all angles.
These will be available at Tampa Bay Comic Con (August 1-3). You can commission one once my commissions reopen after Comic Con.
Please do not keep real betta like this! While these little bowls work fine for fake clay bettas, real bettas need at least 2.5 gallons (5 gallons would be better), a filter, and a heater. Please do your research before buying one of these awesome little fish. :)

This is the best, Bon! I absolutely LOVE the little bubble nests! It was a great idea to turn the bubbling in the resin into that! Gosh I love these!
Zoom Info
kai-ni:

bon-appeteats:

The resin dried super fast today so I was able to get pictures of these guys. :D
I really, really like these. A lot. Even though the resin bubbled a lot more than it usually does, I was able to manipulate the bubbles to try and form them into bubble nests, which adds a lot to the cups I think. :)
Details:
THE FISH ARE NOT REAL. They are made from polymer clay.
The water is resin.
The plants are real leaves and flowers I found in my backyard. The substrate is sand.
They are in clear glass miniature cups so you can see through the cup at all angles.
These will be available at Tampa Bay Comic Con (August 1-3). You can commission one once my commissions reopen after Comic Con.
Please do not keep real betta like this! While these little bowls work fine for fake clay bettas, real bettas need at least 2.5 gallons (5 gallons would be better), a filter, and a heater. Please do your research before buying one of these awesome little fish. :)

This is the best, Bon! I absolutely LOVE the little bubble nests! It was a great idea to turn the bubbling in the resin into that! Gosh I love these!
Zoom Info
kai-ni:

bon-appeteats:

The resin dried super fast today so I was able to get pictures of these guys. :D
I really, really like these. A lot. Even though the resin bubbled a lot more than it usually does, I was able to manipulate the bubbles to try and form them into bubble nests, which adds a lot to the cups I think. :)
Details:
THE FISH ARE NOT REAL. They are made from polymer clay.
The water is resin.
The plants are real leaves and flowers I found in my backyard. The substrate is sand.
They are in clear glass miniature cups so you can see through the cup at all angles.
These will be available at Tampa Bay Comic Con (August 1-3). You can commission one once my commissions reopen after Comic Con.
Please do not keep real betta like this! While these little bowls work fine for fake clay bettas, real bettas need at least 2.5 gallons (5 gallons would be better), a filter, and a heater. Please do your research before buying one of these awesome little fish. :)

This is the best, Bon! I absolutely LOVE the little bubble nests! It was a great idea to turn the bubbling in the resin into that! Gosh I love these!
Zoom Info
kai-ni:

bon-appeteats:

The resin dried super fast today so I was able to get pictures of these guys. :D
I really, really like these. A lot. Even though the resin bubbled a lot more than it usually does, I was able to manipulate the bubbles to try and form them into bubble nests, which adds a lot to the cups I think. :)
Details:
THE FISH ARE NOT REAL. They are made from polymer clay.
The water is resin.
The plants are real leaves and flowers I found in my backyard. The substrate is sand.
They are in clear glass miniature cups so you can see through the cup at all angles.
These will be available at Tampa Bay Comic Con (August 1-3). You can commission one once my commissions reopen after Comic Con.
Please do not keep real betta like this! While these little bowls work fine for fake clay bettas, real bettas need at least 2.5 gallons (5 gallons would be better), a filter, and a heater. Please do your research before buying one of these awesome little fish. :)

This is the best, Bon! I absolutely LOVE the little bubble nests! It was a great idea to turn the bubbling in the resin into that! Gosh I love these!
Zoom Info
kai-ni:

bon-appeteats:

The resin dried super fast today so I was able to get pictures of these guys. :D
I really, really like these. A lot. Even though the resin bubbled a lot more than it usually does, I was able to manipulate the bubbles to try and form them into bubble nests, which adds a lot to the cups I think. :)
Details:
THE FISH ARE NOT REAL. They are made from polymer clay.
The water is resin.
The plants are real leaves and flowers I found in my backyard. The substrate is sand.
They are in clear glass miniature cups so you can see through the cup at all angles.
These will be available at Tampa Bay Comic Con (August 1-3). You can commission one once my commissions reopen after Comic Con.
Please do not keep real betta like this! While these little bowls work fine for fake clay bettas, real bettas need at least 2.5 gallons (5 gallons would be better), a filter, and a heater. Please do your research before buying one of these awesome little fish. :)

This is the best, Bon! I absolutely LOVE the little bubble nests! It was a great idea to turn the bubbling in the resin into that! Gosh I love these!
Zoom Info
kai-ni:

bon-appeteats:

The resin dried super fast today so I was able to get pictures of these guys. :D
I really, really like these. A lot. Even though the resin bubbled a lot more than it usually does, I was able to manipulate the bubbles to try and form them into bubble nests, which adds a lot to the cups I think. :)
Details:
THE FISH ARE NOT REAL. They are made from polymer clay.
The water is resin.
The plants are real leaves and flowers I found in my backyard. The substrate is sand.
They are in clear glass miniature cups so you can see through the cup at all angles.
These will be available at Tampa Bay Comic Con (August 1-3). You can commission one once my commissions reopen after Comic Con.
Please do not keep real betta like this! While these little bowls work fine for fake clay bettas, real bettas need at least 2.5 gallons (5 gallons would be better), a filter, and a heater. Please do your research before buying one of these awesome little fish. :)

This is the best, Bon! I absolutely LOVE the little bubble nests! It was a great idea to turn the bubbling in the resin into that! Gosh I love these!
Zoom Info

kai-ni:

bon-appeteats:

The resin dried super fast today so I was able to get pictures of these guys. :D

I really, really like these. A lot. Even though the resin bubbled a lot more than it usually does, I was able to manipulate the bubbles to try and form them into bubble nests, which adds a lot to the cups I think. :)

Details:

  • THE FISH ARE NOT REAL. They are made from polymer clay.
  • The water is resin.
  • The plants are real leaves and flowers I found in my backyard. The substrate is sand.
  • They are in clear glass miniature cups so you can see through the cup at all angles.
  • These will be available at Tampa Bay Comic Con (August 1-3). You can commission one once my commissions reopen after Comic Con.
  • Please do not keep real betta like this! While these little bowls work fine for fake clay bettas, real bettas need at least 2.5 gallons (5 gallons would be better), a filter, and a heater. Please do your research before buying one of these awesome little fish. :)

This is the best, Bon! I absolutely LOVE the little bubble nests! It was a great idea to turn the bubbling in the resin into that! Gosh I love these!

korins-cat-pants:

feralworks:

archiemcphee:

Artist Lee Hurley of Hurleyfx has been hard at work on what’s shaping up to be a truly awesome Groot costume that he’s going to debut at this year’s Dragon Con, which starts on August 29, 2014.

Even Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, was impressed and shared a photo on his Twitter feed.

Head over to Hurley’s Facebook page for lots of process photos and to follow his progress with this phenomenal cosplay project.

We hope that while he’s busy working on his Groot suit, Hurley is also practicing his “I am Groot” delivery.

[via Fashionably Geek]

If you’re not following this build, you totally should be! Amazing work!!

HOLY SHIT.

Will be stalking groot then. Cute groot.

To Tumblr, Love Pixel Union