A New Munny… Because Art is Awesome

Monkey NinjaPicked up the last Munny from a local shop today. The accessories were fantastic. Hair, a cape, huge axe and a teddy bear. Just in time for Halloween.

Here’s a picture of the one I did before. I had help with the basic lines from my friend Leanne Buckley, which was sorely needed since it was my first one and I was getting used to the materials. Pretty excited about this one because once I get a good design going, I can work on the one I REALLY want to paint… My blank My Little Cthulhu!

I’m really enjoying the opportunities I’ve had to dive into my artwork again. It’s nice to catch a break from words every once in a while and have fun.

One Response to A New Munny… Because Art is Awesome
  1. Dan Zillion

    That’s great… I need to try my hand at one of those sometime… I think I have the talent to turn one into a perfect stick figure… 😉

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