Hehe, I've actually already done two Wrath ones. ^^ However, they were both commissioned, so I don't have them anymore, unfortunately. (I saw from my inbox that you'd found the one that I posted here at DA! )
Yep! I've tried using the "bakable" clay before (Sculpey), but it was just such a hassle to have to bake everything, plus the clay was so brittle. And it was so heavy that it would put too much weight on the spring and be useless to use for a bobblehead. *sighs* But yes, I found some nice, lightweight, air-drying clay a few years ago that works perfectly! ^^
Yes... I've got a GIF animation of her catching that cookbook and Al falling in the bush behind her. XD
(Oh, and this. X3 Her little eyes move! ^^)
I SHOULD!! XD I actually got the idea to make an Ed one based on that scene at Lab 5 when his automail locked up (though in my version, he'll be standing there with his arm laying on the ground and an "Oh CRAP. O.o;;" expression on his face. ^^), and that would be PERFECT for posing with Izumi! Especially with her looking past the cookbook, kinda like "What did you DO to get that arm....? *suspicious glare*"
You're so brilliant with details! Tiny writings and such a cute little fork ^^ I love the little flower and lady bug you did ^^ It's strangely suiting, you wouldnt think to associate Izumi with a flower at first thought, but if you think about it...*falls over from too much deep thinking* I really like her hair...so very awesome and detailed. Her neutral expression is so classic Izumi. I like Izumi best when she smiles.
Aww, thank you!
Ahaha....Believe it or not, that book was actually more of a pain than her hair was... I'm glad ya like everything though! (The flower and ladybug were actually little last-minute ideas! I guess you're right though, in a deeper sense it could represent her occasional moments of maternal instinct and femininity! )
Oh yeah, I was really torn on what expression to give her! I thought of a nice smile, and then one of her more-comical moments of rage, but I decided to go with the happy medium-- a nice, neutral, stern look. I may do one of the "comical rage" ones later in the future though!