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2011-05-29 01:11:29
Last author: Anvikit
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Get yer Munny On!


What is a munny? A munny is a blank Do it Yourself Vinyl toy produced by the KidRobot company for artists of all talent levels to have fun with!

Look like fun? Get your own Munny here:
If you have already made a munny or decide to pick one up to play with, please be sure to show off your finished creations here for me and everyone else to see by posting it in a comment below!

This is a collection of munny dolls made by me, [Anvikit]!

Droppin' Dem Beats munnyworld kracka

Toxic Skuz munnyworld rooz

Sad Panda blue mini munny

Tiger Tiger Roar! mini munny

Tree Topper munnyworld trikky

OH! Hai munnyworld raffy

Bearlien mini munny

Lobotomy bunny regular munny

Lobotomy bunny in progress

Lobotomy bunny/ Mean Green Munny Machine regular munny/ munny mobile

mean machine in progress

Beef Jerky's Revenge mini munny

Bonus Zombull (back side of beef jerkey)mini munny

Winter raffy munnyworld raffy
In progress raffy head

Birdie pink mini munny

Nestor pink mini munny

Other Vinyl toys!

Sugartooth dunny

Derples littlest petshop 5in customizable

Mini Me littlest pet shop figure kitty #1628

Gurple Delight miss cupcake



Use water-based paint and products such as Acrylic paint when decorating your munny, vinyl can have interactions with chemicals in enamel paint, spray paint, and some other oil based mediums causing your munny to have a sticky tacky feeling that doesn't go away even after it has had plenty of time to dry. Other mediums can be used but a primer needs to be used.. (and even so it can still have some tacky issues.)

Wash your munny when you get it out of the box with water, just in case there is any mold release left on the doll that may interact with the paint.

If possible prime your munny. I can not offer any suggestions on primers, because I personally don't find them necessary, but it is recommended that you use them, especially if you are using anything other than acrylic paints.

Use a varnish to finish your munny. This protects your paint job from damage, UV rays and helps to make cleaning them easier. I use Liquitex brush on varnish, because I know it is water based and will have no adverse interactions with the vinyl. I have matte, satin and high gloss varnishes that I alternate depending on which effect I want when finished. Some mediums will run with the application of varnish so if using anything other than acrylics make sure you test it out on something before applying it to your finished munny.

Change things up with super sculpey You can use polymer clay (bake clay) directly on the vinyl. If possible disassemble your figure before you bake it in your oven to prevent the vinyl from sticking. (there is a slim risk of sticking) after baked you can sand any rough edges smooth.

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2009-03-08 [Evil Ducky]: Those are wicked I love them ^-^

2009-03-11 [Anvikit]: They love you too! .. and thanks :)

2009-03-14 [Doormat]: Impressive. 

Now do a Gloomy Bear :D.

2009-04-19 [Tates]: Dude! You should do a Zombie Shrimp.:3

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