This is my version of the Weighted Companion Cube from Portal. I built the model from scratch, using photos of the cube from the game as reference, then texture mapped it to match the one from the game.
I've made it into a hollow box, which you can use to store small stuff, like keys, secret maps, wedding rings, plutonium, ect.
You should get it printed in Color Sandstone, as it comes completely colored, no painting required! If you really want to paint it, I would suggest you get a "White, Strong, Flexible" print of my other Companion Cube model, as it makes a tougher and more easily paint-able Cube. You will need some form of Glue to put this version of the Cube together as well.
It's hard to see, but I put a faint picture of the Cake inside the box.
This is my attempt to recreate the Weighted Companion Cube from the game Portal, into a small, somewhat useful box. I dunno what you can put into a box that's only 2" in size, but I'm certain you'll think of something.
PLEASE NOTE: This item comes unpainted, white, and a little gritty. Use Acrylic paint to do the coloring. It absorbs well and gives the box a much smoother feel with 1 or 2 coats.
If you want the box to light up, just put an LED Tea-Light inside. Use a light that is cool to the touch, as the cube might melt or burn if it's hot. Paint the white areas with a thin coat of paint, and add an extra coat to the gray areas. If you add a little hole for the wiring, you could use this as a groovy nightlight.
The Material is Nylon, called "White Strong & Flexible" rather durable. Just the same, it's not a toy and shouldn't be left with children or pets.
This is the Crone Pendant. It's designed to seat two round gems in it's eye sockets. Unless you plan on getting a Jeweler to cast the pendant in metal for you, I suggest you order the slightly more expensive Steel over a plastic print.
This is my Ring of Souls, a disturbing collection of laughing and crying faces, intermingled with hands and other tiny body parts. Unless you do metal casting, I suggest ordering it in Steel. In Steel, it's roughly US Ring size 11 1/2.
Minion is a little Devil I made for the IMVU, an online chat game where I make most of my income from. This pose is one of his more famous (infamous) moves, the nose pricker animation. Yup, he picks and flicks. He's also farts and does other rude things on command. He's a little dweeb, and interestingly enough, one of my more popular "Pets" for the game. They just love rude toys in the game!
Here's a Link to my original creation: http://www.imvu.com/shop/product.php?products_id=338557
This version is pretty strong, considering it's very small size. Part of the strength comes because I moved up the wrist, holding the gun, until it touched the teeth, to give the gun hand more rigidity. It should only be printed in "White, Strong & Flexible" due to it's small size and fragility.
This is the 3rd pose I have the Dirty Rat in. This version is solid, which adds a few extra dollars, but the added weight helps to counter balance the gun he holds. The Gun hand is thin, but flexible enough to survive shipping and my clumsy painting. You could break it off with a little effort, but the same could be said of the head, feet, or tail. As long as it's printed in WSF, it'll take normal handling without any damage.
This is my Eldritch Ring, based on my paintings of the same name. Unless you have some means of casting plastic into metal, I suggest ordering the steel version. In Steel, it's about US Ring Size 10. In plastic is Ring Size 11.
This is Punchy, the Robot-Buggy-Tank-3 Wheeled-Thing. He was made for my mod, Unreal4Ever, as a vehicle with physically attacks. Yup, he's a tank that punches other tanks! Or he would have been, but all of the programmers kinda took off at that point, mostly because Epic Games kept stealing our ideas without any credit and never promoted us.
Recently, when I was combing through my old models looking for something to make into a Toy through Shapeways, I found Punchy and resurrected the model. Punchy might never be in a game, but at least he'll live on as a cool Toy Kit.
His arms are held in by friction. The shoulder joints are so tight, a little sand paper might be necessary just to fit them in. The back and front wheels spin freely. A small bit of super glue attaches his neck joint to the body, as well as the Engine and front wheel spokes. The parts all arrive white and require some dusting. I'd suggest dusting, and then painting him completely, before gluing the parts together!
(Note to buyers, he's pretty large, so that $135 is almost all going to Shapeways. I earn enough for a hamburger and fries.)
This model is only the small screen for the TV Bot, not the TV Bot itself, which is sold separately. You should order this in Transparent Detail, and can be held in the frame with Super Glue. Here's the body of the model:
This is an early build of the Hanging Man Pendant. Due to it's very thin wrists, this version can not be printed in Steel, like the other version. It's also very low on polygons, make it rather faceted. As such, it does look rather nice printed in Transparent Detail, kind of like a gemstone, only soft and flexible. If you like this design but prefer something more robust and solic, please buy my other version.
This is the large version of my Enlightened Pendant. It's quite sizable, almost unwearable so. It should be thick enough for any metal, although due to it's high cost, I haven't attempted a print in Steel or Silver. I would suggest getting it in WSF w/Polish, and then painting it with a metallic paint. A true metal print would be VERY heavy!