This is just beautiful!!! I'm especially amazed at how the resin turns from blue to turquoise to greenish blue, very natural water look! May I ask if you poured it in stages and how many to get that effect? Also, did you have to dip the figurine's feet first in the hardening layer to make it stand still and poured the top, or perhaps did you assemble some sort of holding device for it? (so it did not 'drown in resin' or fall on the side while the resin was still liquid? *_*
I did pour in stages - I have found if you pour too much resin in one go it "cooks" and goes crunchy and crystalline in seconds. (This happened the first time I tried to fill this little box, and I had to dig out the resin chunks in a hurry and start all over again!) So I did it in a sequence of layers - each layer was only about 5mm thick and had to set overnight, so it took awhile. I started with a darker blue, and then each layer was a bit lighter than the previous one, and I mixed more turquoise and green in as I got to the top. Finished it with a layer of clear.
The figure was a headache! First try had her tipping over and drowning in resin! So in the end I tied her to a popsicle stick balanced over the top of the container, and poured the layers around her.