Year · 2013
Size · 3"
Medium · plastic, vinyl
Series · Dunny
Producer · Kidrobot
Reinterpretation of the iconic "Dunny" platform featuring 3 rotating head sections for a total of 64 possible combinations. Available in both red and grey.
I did this large and mini Adfunture YOKA figure set design back in 2008, I think it’s safe to say it’s not going to get made so I thought I would at least show it here! Enjoy what could have been!
I’m excited to be joining artists Tara McPherson and Jon Burgerman at Freak Store in Caracas, Venezuela this October to judge the third installment of their popular “I Love Munny” customizing event and contest, with a workshop on the 29th.
Centro San Ignacio
Nivel Jardin, Sector Las Vegas
It took a few years (we got a bit sidetracked!) but it will finally be released soon. I hope A-Type will provide a fresh take as a production piece and especially as a do-it-yourself platform with its shape and display flexibility.
The making-of continues in Part two! Part one is here.
Time for some bling! A few small holes were drilled into the figure around the ankles and wrist to allow chain, wire and accessories to connect securely and seamlessly. At this point I assembled all of my metal pieces for placement and fitting. This was all done prior to painting so that threading chains and fitting roughed out sharp metal shapes wouldn’t ruin the finish.
Click through to continue with Part 2
I often get requests to do some behind the scenes ‘making-of’ posts like I did for Milo & Ditch or the Android figures. They’re fun to do, and I managed to document the process of this particular project pretty well, so here we go again for my custom of Ferg’s Misfortune Cat for the recent show at Munky King.