I honestly don’t know all the names of the different characters. There’s Calcifer from Howl’s Moving Castle. There’s Totoro and of course soot sprites and there’s No-face
When I first saw this in the swap thread, I had no idea how small it was. Must have taken hours!!! It came out great!
wow–I also did not realize how tiny the whole thing was! All those cute tiny characters…also love the background you did in the box…is it burlap?
And so wee tiny.
Awwww I love it, you did a great job, and it’s sooooo tiny!!
This is super cute! It would fit in perfect with my Ghibli stuff.
This is so great! I love all the different characters. Super clever.
You did such a wonderful job with this. All the wee detail, the cute funny faces! Love it.
So cute! They look liee candy. I kinda want to eat them up!
This is so stinkin’ cute! Love all the million little details. Well done @geekgirl.
Cute!!! Really makes me inspired to do a radish spirit. Lol. I love how tiny this is. I’m always jealous of people’s abilities to make tiny things. Great job!
Adorable!! Great work
I can’t believe how tiny you can work. Also, clay and I have never met well, so I admire your work! The burlap in each cell was inspired!
All the small details are so intriguing! Epic piece!
Congrats! Your Studio Ghibli shrine is one of this week’s featured projects. You are AWE-SOME!
And I found another of the little wooden boxes while going through some supplies. I was so excited because I thought I only had one of them.
Super cool!!! I like the blue one in the middle.
So adorably weensy! You accomplished such amazing detail!
The little characters are done SOOOO well. I really did think that you purchased the pieces to put inside when I saw it. Soo cool. You’re a clay master.
I had to come back and look at it again. I want to see all the movies again-thanks for reminder!