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  • amavevera angel

    amavevera

    316 101 1133

    4 years ago

    love Ryniak, hate Dunny. what to do? what to do? :)

  • sergeySafonov angel

    sergeySafonov

    793 2025 1596

    4 years ago

    Buy and burn!

  • auryn angel

    auryn

    485 56 278

    4 years ago

    I know the feeling...admittedly that's why I have a handful of dunnys...but only a handful!!

  • lordsketch angel

    lordsketch

    378 1071 1431

    4 years ago

    I dunno, a Dunny was one of my first toys and I hold an effection for them.
    i think Tristan Eaton did a brilliant job on the design and it's one of the best Platforms out there

  • CoMus angel

    CoMus

    171 468 619

    4 years ago

    If KR are allowing Ryniak to edit the form to require new tooling, I would have liked something a bit better. Still, I would love to have this little guy.

  • kittykittymeow666

    kittykittymeow666

    16 184 627

    4 years ago

    @amavevera

    i thought i was the only one who hated em! feels good knowing im not the only one.. but this one isnt bad, id buy it if someone didnt want a bazillion bucks for it.

  • MaquetteCity angel

    MaquetteCity

    154 128 400

    4 years ago

    I don't hate Dunnys as they keep the whole scene going.But artistically,I would always prefer to see a new form.Economically though,that's not always possible. :)

  • lordsketch angel

    lordsketch

    378 1071 1431

    4 years ago

    I also prefer original sculpts, but I think for sure there's a place for platform figures in our world.
    It may have gotten out of hand at some point but these figures have a viable asthetic. If the shape is good and maliable enough (which I think the Dunny is) it provides an interesting canvas for artists.

    For me the interesting aspect is having a bunch lined up together to compare the ways artists used the shaped and how they worked with it and transformed it.

  • monsterforge

    monsterforge

    279 125 209

    4 years ago

    lordsketch hit the nail on the freakin head... to me it has almost nothing to do with the toy and everything to do with how the individual artists handle it. A couple of years ago Tenacious Toys put on an art show where artists used empty deodorant bottles to make pieces... the results were amazing, and it was really interesting how each artist approached the base in a totally different way.

  • thesinisterpenguin angel

    thesinisterpenguin

    177 2 66

    4 years ago

    Ah best dunny for years! I like it.

  • lordsketch angel

    lordsketch

    378 1071 1431

    4 years ago

    ok, let's play a game - these are the artists who've never made a dunny who I really wish would:
    Gary Ham
    Kevin Gosselin
    Coarse Toys
    Onell Design
    Amanda Louise Spayd
    Skinner
    Kaijin
    Travis Louie
    Ferg
    Jeff Soto

    what's yours? :)

  • amavevera angel

    amavevera

    316 101 1133

    4 years ago

    I'll play :)

    Brendan Monroe
    Doubleparlour
    Gary Ham
    AL Spayd
    Travis Louie
    Jeff Soto
    Dan May
    Scott Musgrove
    PARRA

  • jonpaulkaiser angel

    jonpaulkaiser

    552 953 192

    4 years ago

    This one is even better in the flesh!

  • quinntheboss

    quinntheboss

    725 473 436

    4 years ago

    I want to play:
    Brian Flynn
    Koji Harmon (Cometdebris)
    Gus Fink
    Lamour Supreme

  • Shankweather angel

    Shankweather

    344 6 819

    4 years ago

    Banksy!

  • quinntheboss

    quinntheboss

    725 473 436

    4 years ago

    @shankweather YES!!!!! Banksy FTW!! :D

  • typicalstereo

    typicalstereo

    95 91 18

    4 years ago

    Banksy
    Ferg
    J*Ryu (he might have done a commission, but I'm not counting that!).
    I think Spankystokes deserves a shot; he is so committed to the industry (give him a chase!).

    and I have an extra for trade.

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Chris Ryniak Dunny 

Artist:
Chris Ryniak
Manufacturer:
Kidrobot
Type:
Mini Figure
Platform:
Dunny
Series:
Dunny Apocalypse
Ratio:
2/16
Size:
3.0
Color:
Lime
Material:
Vinyl
Year:
2012

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