Posts Tagged ‘munny’


Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

So, for the fun of it, I’m having a giveaway.

I made this monster for my young niece for Halloween (eight years old). Its a Monster that Swallowed a Hair ball, if you look close you can see the hairball.

Because I am not so good at story telling, I am asking that you leave a comment, or a comment and a poem about the monster or a comment and a small story ( a paragraph or two) to be entered in the giveaway. The first winner will be the story or poem that I choose to go with the monster. So, the comments with poems or stories will be be randomly chosen in a separate draw from those who only leave a comment and the winner will have first choice of prize.

If you would like to email your poem or short short story for privacy that is okay with me but please indicate here in a comment that you are emailing it. My email address is patricia at art propensity dot com

Leaving just comments (I do realize we all can’t write!) will have a chance at the remaining two giveaways.

You may have more than one chance at winning. Your name will be entered twice if you comment here and then blog about it on your own blog. And or, have multiple chances by tweeting it or posting it to facebook or twitter. You will need to leave a link in the comments to where you have posted it in order to get credit. I will use a “randomnizer” to pick the winners.

and the prizes are, a print of any of my original oils, 8.5 x 11 valued at 25.00 and this

Day of the dead Siamese Twinssee it bigger here:

Day of the Dead Twins

Or a print and this four inch munny Devil munny

or a print and this four inch munny: munny

Or a print and the four in brown munny “Chump Change”Chump Change

I sell the munnys for 45.00. So, the prize package would be valued at 75.00.

Deadline: Thursday of next week

Thanks for playing along, I’m hoping to see some clever little bits of poem and prose…

Munny Homage: Camille Rose Garcia

Saturday, March 20th, 2010


lil’ cluster of Chump Change

I wanted to give these munnys wicked cool eyes, so I mimicked the style of one of my favorite contemporary artists Camille Rose Garcia


Saturday, March 20th, 2010


Munnys come with big clumpy paw like arms, which I don’t like so much, so I created little flippers instead.

On my agenda

Saturday, February 20th, 2010

I don’t think I will ever grow up or get tired of playing with toys 😀

On my agenda :D

Play along with me, introspect!

Sunday, September 13th, 2009

Play along with me??
In the movie I am watching this morning because I don’t want to get my self out of bed the lady just said, “You can tell a lot about a person by the art that they make”. I think its true. In many cases, or all cases? I dunno, If I examine my own work, which is varied, I just get confused. But I think its a good exercise, If you are an artist, here is a little exercise for you to do. Look at the work you have currently hanging on your studio wall or work space or in progress on your easel or your work table and pretend that you are someone else. Someone who does not know you and imagine what they might think of the artist who created it. Write those things down and keep them for yourself, to help you determine whether what you are creating is tied in with who you are or what you want to say or express. Post your thoughts if you care to in your own blog (link back here so I can read too) or share them here in my blog.

what I’m working on:
sugar skull munny

Do you find that the statement “You can tell a lot about a person by the art that they make” is true? Does this exercise give you some clarity or ability to see your creations differently? Do you know someone who’s art clearly reflects who they are? Is the work you did ten years ago different? have you matured artistically or just improved your skills? Is there a difference? Is the content or the media the same? I’m interested!, if you have images to post too, that would be cool.

I’m going to do the exercise myself a little later today and maybe I will share my thinking with you if it seems relevant.

come on. play along!! Its funday sunday!!

Sugar Skull munny in progress

To make this more interesting, I will send an original work of art and a package of goodies to the response I find most compelling in one way or another. Later today or tomorrow I’ll post a pic of the package.

I’ll give this about a week ;D

Here Comes Krampus Munny

Monday, December 1st, 2008

Krampus Mini Munny Ornament was a lot of work! But fun.

I used apoxie sculpt to create the appendages and to adhere them. Its painted with acrylics and textured with sand. The horns are two coral beads.

Must See!!

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008


Krampus Munny mini ornament (about five inches tall)

Got Munny?

Sunday, November 23rd, 2008

I have one munny left to finish for a swap with other munny makers 😀 I saw that their smooth, perfectly shaped round heads so resemble the round glass ornaments typically displayed, that I wanted to make them equally as opulent, all glittery and glitzy and sparkly and shiney so that when the lights of the Christmas tree hit them they stand up to the glass orbs they are in the company of.

I will be adding something to the empty hands but still deciding what.

I love their little munny bootys.

I wanted them to have pouty, spoiled brat faces, expecting lots of expensive gifts for Christmas.

The smooth, vinyl surface was quite a challenge for me as I am acustomed to painting on canvas which has tooth and or mixed media pieces with a lot of texture. Still it was fun.

Spoiled rotten sour puss munnys, I love them!

My Munnys have arrived!

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

These are the small Christmas ornament size, so fun.

Head Hunter

Sunday, August 24th, 2008

This little munny has been out head hunting and look what she has found!