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 ... then you're probably not reading this yet.
This week's got a few new customs, including one with a very personal touch. Not from me, silly; from the artist, who happens to be a good friend of Tomopop. Hit the jump to check it out and hear about it's backstory!
Sacrifice by J*RYU
Let's start with the custom from the header. Sometimes inspiration strikes in the weirdest ways, like the kind that require trips to the ER. That's exactly what J*RYU's custom above is all about: while working on another project, he sliced his palm with an X-Acto knife and off to the hospital for stitches he went. (The pictures are up on his Twitter if you so choose, and it's not as dramatic as the Munny's cut). Coming back from the hospital, he put together this Munny with one stitched up hand less than 24 hours after his visit. For a poignant point, the blade in the Munny is the same blade that J*RYU accidentally cut himself with. Something tells me this one's gonna be a part of his personal collection, but that's just me.
Bubblegum Tiger Dunny by Squink!
Here's a familiar design in a new hue! The Dunny you see above is Squink!'s Tiger Dunny from the Dunny 2011 Series, but in a shade of bubblegum pink rather than orange. Adorable! Squink! says this one will be winnable. I assume details will be appearing soon on that, so stay tuned!
But maybe you want something a bit different? Well, there's Lugubrious from Squink! as well, a 3" Dunny who's got on his best sad face. Lugubrious means "looking or sounding sad and dismal," and well, this fellow lives up to his name.
108th Assault Squad Munnys by Dust
From Germany come these three robotic creations, complete with chain guns and plenty of battle damage. There's two gunners and one commander here in the mix, and all three look amazing. You can pick one of these customs up here.
Dead Robo Munny by Frank Mysterio
Here, we've got a piece that's a Munny with a bit of a Dunny look from Frank Mysterio. The Dunny part, of course, is the ears. Plus, it's got a robot style to it that looks pretty cool, doesn't it?
Bullshido Bub by Adam Greeley
Finally, to wrap things up, we have three new customs from Adam Greeley. To start with, there's this custom Bub from Adam with a samurai theme. I like how he's got the bull theme with Bub; even though Bub's a hippo of some sort, it works really well! I'm a sucker for anything samurai anyways, and it's a shame this piece is already sold out.
John Marston by Adam Greeley
However, this one is not! This custom Munny of Red Dead Redemption's protagonist not only looks pretty cool and has some nice painted details, but he comes with a resin hat and six-shooter as well. You can pick him up for US$80 at Adam's store ...
... Or this one for the same price! The yakuza-themed Munny looks like trouble, from the dragon and tiger tattoo on his back or the yen one on his front. I do like it!
[If there are any custom Dunnys or Munnys you spot and want to see featured in this feature, feel free to e-mail us at tips (at) tomopop (dot) com!]
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