It was inspired by a big headed Minecraft toy my son has and those "munny" do-it-yourself dolls (hence the name). You can paint it with acrylic paints or coat it with a primer and color with markers.
YouMagine, Pinshape, Threeding, and Cults3D, to try to increase my presence and reacquaint myself with each of these sites. I like PinShape a lot and I love their new focus on home printable models. In fact tomorrow's video and a few others are going to be sponsored by PinShape and I couldn't be happier. Threeding has a strange limitation where 3D models have to be combined into a single STL. But when I uploaded some of my back catalog to Threeding I got contacted by a big time blogger who wanted to report on it, until they discovered that I had made it 2 years ago. Cults3D is a solid site, but for some reason keeps slipping my mind. There's a ton of other 3D printing sites and I should be uploading my stuff up to, but it's just so exhausting and time consuming.
The Joenny can be downloaded on YouMagine, Pinshape, Threeding, and Cults3D,
The Jonney Cube can be downloaded on YouMagine, Pinshape, Threeding, and Cults3D,
The Joennymal can be downloaded on YouMagine, Pinshape, and Cults3D.