Neither sentence is correct, the grammar is wrong.
I take, you take, he takes
I get, you get, he gets
I took, you took, he took
I got, you got, he got
So grammatically, assuming you intend present tense, it should be
He takes a funny look
He gets a funny look
Now, what verb to use with funny look? Take is never correct.
I can give someone a funny look; this means that I have a quizzical or disapproving expression. So give is the correct verb to describe the person making the facial expression.
If I am the person doing something odd, then someone can give me a funny look, or I can get funny looks, or I can receive funny looks. In all cases we are finding a verb to fit with give. Some examples.
When I entered the room Jim gave me a funny look.
I said "What's the matter Jim, don't you like my new hair-style"?
I don't think my choice of clothes was appropriate, I got some funny looks from the hotel staff.