My Singing Monsters and Dawn of Fire have various portraits that can be unlocked upon obtaining them. They are shown below.

My Singing Monsters

These are the portraits of each Monster which appear when you click the Breed button in the Breeding Structure options, the Memory button in the Castle options to play the Memory Game or the Book Of Monsters Icon in the Book Of Monsters.

Kayna does not have a portrait since it isn't in the memory game, in the gold island placing list, available in the breeding structure, or in the book of monsters. Kayna is only on Tribal Island so it is impossible to find Kayna in these and Tribal Island doesn't have the book of monsters on the map.

In the 2.0.3. Update, the Wublins, and Dipsters got their own portraits but they are only used for the Book Of Monsters.

In the 2.0.4. Update, portraits of Werdos were added.

In Version 2.1.6, Book of Monsters no longer uses portraits, instead using a whole island compilation of all monsters per island. This means Wublins and Dipsters no longer have their own portraits. However, this wiki has saved these portraits for reference.

Rare Monster Portraits

Until Late 2016, Rares had the same portraits as their common counterparts in everywhere within the game application (except on the News). However, on Facebook, when Rares got featured in a fortnightly voting period, or any other voting period, the Rares each had a unique type and style of portrait, different from the non-Rares, which is also evident in the News. Their positions in the portraits are often much like the portraits found on the usual portraits, except the portraits is not like the gray-colored Bubblerite Path pattern. Instead, these portraits have the monsters presenting on a dull-blue circular platform, with the purple background and a white cloud behind the "platform". Additionally, some monsters in portraits have a pair of eighth-notes in a speech bubble coming out of their mouth or their head.

During a vote for Rare Reebro or Rare Jeeode for a "Rare Rerun," Rare Jeeode and Rare Reebro had portraits that were the regular gray-colored Bubblerite Path pattern.

Only Natural Rares have their respective non-Bubblerite-Path-patterned portraits. Also, originally, the Rare Wubbox does not have the same Memory Game portrait as Rares.

In an update on 17th November 2016, Version 2.0.3, Rares got their own official portraits in the game that were the regular gray-colored Bubblerite Path pattern just like the other Monster portraits. Facebook link of this change is shown here.


These are monster portraits that are either unused or used but for a minor role.

In the PSVITA version of My Singing Monsters, G'joob and Yawstrich both have portraits, but they are only used on Gold Island to show that they are not available on Gold Island.

In 2.0.6, Glowbes have portraits, which are used exclusively for their appearance on Composer Island.

In 2.2.1, Celestials have portrait, but these portraits seem to be unused.


My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire

In Dawn of Fire, portraits are unlocked after having at least once possessed their respective monsters of their respective ages, baby or adult. If you had ever obtained any monster of a certain age, be it baby or adult, portraits for such monsters can be obtained, even if any of the species of monsters no longer exist on Continent or the Outer Islands. Portraits are also unlocked by getting a Celestial on Starhenge.

These portraits are available to be used as profile images for your account.


  • The position the monsters are in on their Dawn Of Fire portraits are very similar between adult and baby forms, with the exception of Shrubb and Barrb.
    • Baby Shrubb's and Adult Shrubb's Portraits are different because the Baby Shrubb shows its hands as well as its head, with the Adult Shrubb showing only its head.
    • Baby Barrb's and Adult Barrb's Portraits are different because Baby Barrb is facing to the left and Adult Barrb is facing towards the right.
    • When the Book of Monsters first came out, the Rare Kazilleon portrait was broken originally. And instead used the common counterpart portrait of Kazilleon. Until weeks later, it was noticed and fixed into the all new Rare Kazilleon portrait.