Here's a little video for ya, of the Munny I painted for the "For the Love of Munny" art show. I titled the piece "This is me now" (a Bob's Burger reference). Alright, take care now, bye bye then.
FINALLY finished my entry for the "For the Love of Munny" toy exhibition. I'm really happy with how it turned out. After the show, I'll post some final photos of the finished toy all assembled. In the meantime, here are some process photos I took along the way.
Here is the second toy. Wasn't really sure how these colors were going to work out, but once I started to add the black lines, I felt a lot better. I'm really stoked with how this one turned out. Both toys looks great and I can't wait for the nephews to see them.
The first toy is finished. I'm really happy with how it turned out. The bright green ended up looking more yellow than green, but other than that, I can't really complain.
Finishing up working on these toys. Here are some process shots from the second (of 2) toys that I'm painting.
Working on some new toys for the nephews. Here are some process shots of the first (of 2) toys that I'm painting.
When Raven and I went to Disney World over the summer, we bought her a blank vinylamation. I recently painted it for her and gave it to her for her birthday.
Raven's brother received a blank Munny a while back and asked if I wouldn't mind painting it for him. He pretty much gave me free reign to do whatever I wanted. After some color exploration, I decided to use a light blue, dark blue, light pink, and grey acrylic paint, and then used a black sharpie paint pen for the lines.
I'm really happy with how it turned out, and I'm glad he was stoked on it.