thank you for the past 10 years.
they saw the opportunity and they took it
Shu Takumi’s other game, Ghost Trick, I feel doesn’t do women aswell (there’s a couple of dead women in male character’s pasts who are definitely just Sad Things and not characters) but it also doesn’t do anything infuriatingly wrong like most games do so it’s still pretty good in that respect.
Ghooost Trick toys!
Made from a mini munny and a micro trikky, super sculpey and lots of acrylic paint.
I also entered these guys into the MUNNYMUNTH comp in the ‘Best Pop Culture’ category so I’d love votes if you like them! Vote here!
These are done! A low res iPhone ~preview shot~ for now until I can borrow my sister’s camera and take some fancy ones!
Overall, these aren’t my best - the paint got really messy in places so under close scrutiny they don’t hold up brilliantly. And in future I would be way more careful about sculpting something as crazy large as sissel’s hair. Also I did a terrible job smoothing the sculpey into the munny in some spots (forehead, cheeks). As always, lessons learned.
But in the end I am really happy with how they look as a unit standing together on my desk, so all’s well that ends well!
(My only wish is that I could have made missile but there isn’t really a munnyworld base that would work for him and I don’t really know how one would sculpt all that fluff.)
EDIT: OH, OH ALSO, screw you yellow, you are the worst colour.
Did fanart for inking class because I can ahahaha
it was a mistake to do the junkyard scene, though. Shoulda had them floating in the void.
Gonna color it once I’ve slept for a day.
I managed to squish Sissel’s ear back up into an almost-symmetrical position - except now I have realised the core issue is not the ear but that the whole lower half of the face kind of collapsed a bit on one side. So he can’t quite look straight forward, there’s always going to be a bit of a tilt.
As long as i display him with his head turned IT’S FINE.
Realising your munny’s ears are completely lopsided because you squished them at some point during baking.
How did I only notice this now!?