The “Spider” series all have small lightbulbs in place of their abdomen. This one is about the size of a common house spider.
This scorpion’s exoskeleton makes obvious use of former watch faces, and has an anatomically correct 6-segment tail.
It’s not all arachnids! This dragonfly is entirely soldered together, and rests on a winding stem attached to a watch case ring stand.
Another spider, the legs are soldered together from multiple winding stems.
The art of taking apart a few dozen watches and sorting their components into reference piles.
“A friendly little bug with a mean little stinger.”
See many more examples in Justin’s Facebook albums.