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Munny of DOOM by Luthie13 Munny of DOOM by Luthie13
Okay... So after suffering through a doctor's appointment last week, I rewarded myself with the purchase of a Munny Mini. Now initially I was going to make one of my original characters, (probably Falon, since she's my favorite)

BUT Munny came with a sign.....and.....and.....

I COULDN'T HELP MYSELF!

Anyhow here is my first 'Munny'. Little chibi Walter Kovacs. Baaaawww! so small and angry! :XD: I usually stick to the graphic novel look, but I like him with blue eyes like in the movie. He's mostly colored with markers. His hair is painted sculpey.

:icongunga-diner: may display

more info on the 'Munnys' here: [link]
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wooden-mango Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2011
did you have to put a fixative on him to use markers or did they actually stick to the vynil?
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ResevoirInk Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
did you get air dry sculpey? or did you have to bake it and then glue it on his head with a strong adhesive? Man this is amazing! ;D
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janiceghosthunter Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Now that is awesome! Hey, where the hell do you buy these little guys? And what paints did you use? *looks* Oh wait, a link. Yay! You did an awesome job on this!
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Shark-the-Shark Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2010
I really want to make a munny but i'm not a great painter and I'm so scared i'll mess it up
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EmmieMcKee Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2010
This is amazing! When you say you used markers - what kind exactly? I just did my first Munny the other day with promarkers (I think they're basically the same as copic markers) and it came out kinda streaky - nowhere near as awesome as this! Though, I dunno wether that was because it wasn't a mini one, it was quite big.

But yeah, this is badass, you made Walter Kovacs look adorable - congratulations, haha. :)
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cab08 Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2010
Best one I've ever seen.
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Sir-SiriX Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2010  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Hi, can you help me with Munny? More in my blog: [link]

Thanks (:
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Ataya970 Featured By Owner May 19, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
awwww look at the cute little walter
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MichaelLeeLunsford Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
I think this turned out great! I hate to be rude but I also wanted to ask: I'm getting a Munny soon, and I want to use prismacolor markers and I saw you did. I can't find anything about preparations for those! did you prime it before hand like they say to? how easy was it to use the markers?
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Luthie13 Featured By Owner May 1, 2010
I did not prime it for markers, the prismacolor work pretty well, if they get layered thick the thing gets a little sticky and you might want to carefully wash it, the color will fade a bit, but you can go in again and brighten it. I layered the color with this one quite a bit. He's held up perfectly too, no fading or anything.
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