Munn-day Morning Recap is back for yet another week, ready to show off the cool Munnys and Dunnys you may or may not have seen in the past few weeks. As always, these are customs that weren't highlighted in individual posts on Tomopop, but were still worth bringing to your attention. And if it's not morning where you are ... you must live on the other side of the world from me!
This week's got a few new customs, including one that kind of creeped me out. A little bit. But which one was it? Hit the jump and check it all out!
Pancracio by Red Mutuca Studios
Let's start with the custom from the header. Produced by Red Mutuca Studios from Brazil, Pancracio is a little creepy looking with his mouth all stitched up like that. And yes, while I initially mistook him for a clown, I realized in hindsight he's a mime and thus, the stitched shut mouth fits. But still, clowns are creepy, no?
As for owning it? Well, Tomopop's own clevetheripper snagged this one, but if you still want a Dunny from Red Mutuca ...
... Then here you go. Apolonio's a little apple Dunny with two worm ... ummm, "friends." The quotes are there because they look a little hungry and our apple friend a little worried. I smell trouble. But if you'd like to add this to your collection, it's available right now for US$90 and there are three of them, with two secret variants.
The Fragile Cosmos by Squink!
Squink!'s got another custom ... man, does he ever take a day off? Once again, it's a 3" Dunny he's used as his canvas, but this time, he's painted a starry sky upon the Dunny's body. As a fan of space, I absolutely love this piece, especially since it looks as though that face is just floating in the middle of the blackness that is space.
Royal Hexlings by Josh "f+" Pearce
New customs from f+? Yes, please! Based on an earlier piece, Hexlings are "often used in majik as an aid for casting enchantments and curses on others ... and the pins and locations are used to amplify the key traits in others, both for better and more often than not, for worse." So they're not exactly voodoo dolls, but a bit similar (as they actually have souls), and in any case, are very cool little creations, especially since those fabric designs are all painted on individually.
Dead Robot Munny Series 2 by Frank Mysterio
Finally, we some new customs from Frank Mysterio in his Dead Robot series. The meshing of what looks like rock along with some robotic design elements creates something that certainly looks unique, like a Mayan or Aztec machine. And given that Frank's from Mexico, that might be the purpose. In any case, check out the full gallery of all his Dead Robot Munny customs on his Flickr!
[If there are any custom Dunnys or Munnys you spot and want to see featured in Munn-day Morning Recap, or if you're an artist who wants to send along a tip, feel free to e-mail us at tips (at) tomopop (dot) com!]
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