Thank you! I'm glad you think they are good enough to sell. How much do you think people would pay for them? I would have to charge a decent amount as they take time to create, and they require clock parts which are actually hard to find.
It looks a little unbalanced. The combination of the "natural" parts with the clock parts is visually unbalanced. When doing steampunk creatures focus on making all parts as mechanical in appearance as possible. Look through other steampunk work here on dA to get a feel for this so it comes more easily to you.
You put a lot of time and work into this. Great job! I believe that you would be very good at converting plastic toys into something far more interesting. You'll definitely want to use metallic paints and try substituting small doll heads.
You could use dolls, animals, insects, or anything else you can think of, but I meant to substitute heads or parts from one species to another. For example, a childs head on a beatle could work. Think of Sid from Toy Story!