I made this as a present for someone this year for Christmas. Came up with the idea of making a Mario Block to store things in. First thing I did was make a box. It's made from corner trim from a local Lowes because I was short on time and on precision tools, so having some of the work already done was a plus. The panels of the box are made from styrene, cause I have a ton of it sitting around. I cut out styrene in the shape I wanted and then took a mold of it, then cast 4 exact copies. The layered effect is just the styrene shape being placed ontop of another piece of styrene. I realized that cutting that much styrene would make me go mad, so hence the casting. Aaaand then I realized I should have printed out a picture of the box before I started painting and got the colors inverted. So, yeah. Proper colors now. The box, all primed up. And painted. And, the final product, drying with a clear coat. Woo. The top of the box. The painting is a little off on it in places, but I'm happy with how it came out. I've learned a lot about how I'd do things slightly differently next time to make it come out nicer-looking.