Munn-day Morning Recap: Grim outlook - tomopop

Munn-day Morning Recap: Grim outlook

11:00 AM on 04.09.2012

Brian Szabelski


Welcome back to another edition of Munn-day Morning Recap! And if it's not exactly morning where you are, it will be eventually. Give it time. But in the meanwhile, why not check out some customs, because we've got some super heroes, some super sad fellows, some super sneaky crooks and some super cute creations. It's ... super, I guess?

Well, what are you waiting for? Hit the jump to check them all out!


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Grim by Squink!

As usual, we go to the custom featured in the header, and this week brings us Squink!'s Grim. He's a black, gloomy fellow made as a commissioned piece using a 3-inch Dunny. As usual from Squink!, there's some nice sculptwork on the head and ears that really make this Dunny stand out.

Hinotama by Troy Stith

New from Troy Stith is his latest commissioned Dunnsai piece, Hinotama. Seen here on the sculpting table, you can see it's not really a huge piece at only 4 inches across, but the twisting tree branches creates a cool look to it.

Spiderman by Cash Cannon

Besides having a cool artist name, Cash Cannon made a simple, yet cool looking Spiderman Munny. It even comes on a matching base!

[via toycutter]

The Pilfer by Bill Hewitt

In need of a disgruntled-looking burglar to do your dirty work? Bill Hewitt might have what you're looking for, and he even comes with a little bit of cash, all in a nice bundle! You can buy it from Bill for US$150.

[via toycutter]

Trey Anastasio Munny by Ian Ziobrowski

Phish fans might have a favorite custom from this week's post, because Ian Ziobrowski has taken to making a custom Munny of Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio. It's a nice 7-inch Munny complete with guitar and glasses. 

Akuma by Ian Ziobrowski

If you're a Street Fighter fan, though, you might like his custom 3-inch Akuma Dunny instead. Made as a commissioned piece, all the details definitely are here from the pointy hair to the prayer beads to the glowing red eyes. 

C-3PO and Boba Fett by Sekure D

As part of the CTU Star Wars Dunny series, Sekure D put together two customs based off of C-3PO and Boba Fett. If you guessed I like the Boba Fett one ... you would be right. The C-3PO one features some design changes (like only having one eye), but it's not too bad, either.

[via SpankyStokes]

Felin Husky by Pause Designs

For the Most Wanted 3 Dunny series, Pause Designs put together an amazing custom Dunny that uses every part of the Dunny in little hidden ways. The body becomes a spring rider in the shape of an uncomfortable duck, the head and ears become the fat child's body and arms, and the feet turn into his shoes. The end result? What you see above, which looks purely wonderful.

[via OpportunityLOL]

Grumpy by Kevin Gosselin

Finally, for this week's final featured custom, we have a new piece from the always-talented Kevin Gosselin. Kevin's piece is a birthday gift for a fellow artist who happens to like bulldogs ... so he combined all of that into his piece, featuring a painting bulldog character. The pose is actually based off of Kevin's daughter, who also likes to keep her hands tucked into her overalls like Grumpy does. 

[via SpankyStokes]

[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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