Daily Geekstomization: The Itchy and Scratchy Shooooooow!
MeSmithy sent us this pic of her Itchy & Scratchy custom Quee figures for TOY2R's booth at NYCC's Cultyard. If you're hitting up NYCC this yea, swing on by booth #876 to check these little dudes out in person.
Daily Geekstomization: “Judge me by my size, do you?”
This may look like an actual production piece at first glance, but there’s actually a Mighty Mugg figure hiding underneath that crazy sculpting job.
Daily Geekstomization: Tingle Munny
The creepy wannabe fairy dude from the Zelda series gets Munnyfied by imxrad on deviantART.
Daily Geekstomization: It’s Clobberin’ Time
The Thing Munny by KapazZ.
Daily Geekstomization: March of the Ents
Steph from the Kidrobot Discussion Boards) used some wire, Sculpey, marbles, and actual tree bark & branches to make a Munny version of an Ent that looks straight out ofMiddle-earth.
Here’s a custom Munny version of Cammy from the Street Fighter games by coffeejelly on deviantART.
From the artist:
I entered a Munny Design contest for Insomnia Video Game Culture here in Houston, TX and this was my entry.
Cammy from Street Fighter Alpha. I named the entry her other alias “Killer Bee”. =3 This is the first complete Munny I have done and I learned a lot of the experience.
We were only allowed to use the mystery supplies the store owner brought for the in store design contest, I’m glad he bought sharpies and acrylic paint!
For the braids I used pipe cleaners and I tacky glued a yellow feather for her bang piece and used the hot glue he brought to attach it all. Her tie is made out of note-card paper that I colored with a yellow marker. The rest is sharpie and acrylic paint.
I made a good amount of mistakes and the brown sharpie didn’t work too well for her shoes, but I like how it came out all in all…although I didn’t have anything I could make her hat out of.
Loving the expression on her face.
Daily Geekstomization: Kick-Ass and Hawt Girl
Daily Geekstomization: Dig Dug Mad*l
Scribe and Alisa Ross did a bang-up job on this vinyl and plush combo for Gallery 1988's Old School Video Game Show. Scribe made the Dig Dug out of a 10” MAD*l and the pump thingamajig out of a 5” MAD*l and Allisa did the plush Pooka.
Now pardon me while I go dust off my Atari. I have monsters to ‘splode.
(via Spanky Stokes)
Daily Geekstomization: Cubone Mini Munny
Custom Kidrobot Mini Munny by ExXies on deviantART.
From the artist:
I need to touch up a few areas and glaze him, but he’s otherwise done. He was sculpted over a mini munny, so his head and arms are poseable. Each munny comes with a mystery accessory and this one came with a little bat that was perfect for making into a bone club.
Daily Geekstomization: Pac-Monster
These are some custom Buff Monster figures by Jeremy Dale aka valleydweller for Gallery 1988’s Old School Video Game Show. The set consists of one 3” Pac-Man and twelve 1.5” ghosts. I can totally here that old school “wokka wokka” sound just looking at these.
Daily Geekstomization: Boba Fett Da Minci