I don't have a lot, if any miniatures in my Bitz Box. In fact ... I don't really even have a Bitz Box. I have more of a Bitz Drawer as I don't really convert miniatures. Terrain is more my forte. A more detailed look at some of the containers, Plus of course my off cuts / Bitz of rod and tube, Just to show that these are indeed my "Bitz" and not my "stock", here's my main stock of tubes, rods, and card, And like @ClockworkOrange I've decided to use only what was in this drawer/tubes, (except my paints which live on my desk). Having been impressed with @Kommissar Shriken 's Despicable Me entry I had it in mind to try and make Bender from Futurama out of my Bitz Box for Comp 19. Partly because I love the character, but also as an incentive to crack on and build the Planet Express building which I've been promising myself to build for years now.. Sadly this was as far as I got with the little fella: I'm finding working solely out of the Bitz Box / Drawer is difficult. I had some nice oval screw cap covers in my tool bag that would have been ideal (and easy) for his eyes ... but they weren't in my Bitz Box. Instead I had to fabricate something out of tiny bits of tube and sprue. Stick it to some form of base so I could shape the curve to fit it to the cylindrical head, Then attach it, and file away the base. This took an inordinate amount of time to do, and I wasn't happy at all with the progress so far. I was struggling with what to do for the arms, and I had no idea how to do the legs. I decided I was in need of some inspiration, so headed off to my local pub, and as luck would have it, my buddy Louie was working behind the bar. You might have seen some pictures of Louie in my previous posts. He's worked for me on the Zombie safe house and the Warhammer Total War sets I built for my buddy Tom for his YouTube channel Yogscast. Well, it turns out Louie's just landed himself a 'proper' job ... at Aardman Animation, and as we were chatting Animation this got me thinking about legs. More specifically ... these legs, If you've seen my previous stuff you'll know that I very rarely plan stuff out or think ahead. In my work life I plan things out rigorously and have all details clarified before commencing a job. In my hobby work I'm totally the opposite. I much prefer to let the my thoughts and the materials I'm using take me in the direction they want to go. So Bender is now resting in the Bitz Box, and I've decided to build the legs (Aardman Stylie) and attach them to an Ork Dread.