Finished her last night around midnight, but I had my first final this morning, so I figured it was prudent to get some sleep, rather than stay up and make instructions.
The problem with making models like this, and from any of the games I've made models from, is that you spend the entire build reminiscing about the game. Normally it's no big deal, you may end up digging through your library and revisiting it for a bit, but in the case of Chrono Cross, there can be some side effects to the nostalgia...
You end up thinking through the plot again, and saying things like:
"So wait...the antagonist was actually the protagonist's father...but merged with some kind of cat-demon that attacked the protagonist when he was a kid? Only the antagonist was neither of those...he was really a giant evil computer who needed to inhabit the body of protagonist in order to access himself.
Oh God...I think I need to lie down..."
Don't get me wrong, Chrono Cross was, and still is, one of my all-time favorites. It's just that the act of explaining the plot once lead me to develop my general theory of SE games:
"If you don't sound like a crackhead trying to explain the plot, it isn't a Squaresoft game."
Anyway, I put together a simple stand reminiscent of the classic Black Mage 001 stands. Got the textures for it from the album art and that iconic image of the Frozen Flame.
Skele-kitty had the funny idea to re-color Heidegger to make a Santa model. Took about 2 minutes to recolor him, so here you go:
I'm going to wait a bit longer to see if there's any more feedback on which Sephiroth model to do. I'm kind of surprised by how much support there is for option #3. They're all good models. Cast your vote for which you'd like to see.