IMPORTANT!!!!: I updated with a video! The top part of the stove has to be a bit higher as to leave space between the lower part, otherwise it will not burn! To do this I placed 2 wooden blocks, which can't be easily set to a fire state between the two parts...and voila!
Optional: Make lots of holes on the upper part so it achieves maximum ventilation potential!
I was bored today and while trying to come up with something interesting I stumbled into this. I got my tin can (it can be an altoids, I guess) and in a few seconds I had a compact, cool stove with me!
Perfect for hobos, camping and survival! A LOT safer than the alcohol stoves!
Step 1: Items needed
You will only need a tin container. That's right, only that. No tools, nothing. Well, you MIGHT need to cut the holes, but it's not hard, really.
I got this tin container from first grade. It had some rulers and math instruments. Ignore the horrible red colouring.