Posted by marc January 29, 2016
Shelfie Highlight | ToyWoodBoy's "True Heartbreak" Custom by Squink

Aw yiss. Our reader from all the way over in Austria, Daniel (@ToyWoodBoy) sent us some photos of his amazing custom Dunny by Squink, which he commissioned and received in 2015. This one's so nice because its beauty is at odds with the way that sad face pulls at your heart. Says Daniel of his custom: "My request on it was to catch sort of the feeling looking at the night sky. Also I wanted a very sad feeling on his face as I thought that would fit good on the theme. According to that we came up with the name "True Heartbreak" for this little guy. In my opinion Chris just nailed it perfectly and this one is still one of my favourites in my collection. I also bought a little print from him later that year and found out that it fits great to my dunny as you can see on the last pic."

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