McDonald's Happy Meal Customer Gives Bowser A New Paint Job

McDonald's Happy Meal Customer Gives Bowser A New Paint Job

Modding Mario Kart 8 proper is hard work. Tricking out Mario Kart 8 toys, on the other hand, is an easy way for the seasoned Warhammer fans out there to to turn the fruits of their McDonald's Happy Meals into a custom set.

Reddit user ablarga put a new coat of paint (or several) on the Happy Meal version of Bowser recently and posted the results for all to see online. It's nothing too crazy, but the reskinning adds some great little details to Mario and Luigi's longtime nemesis:

McDonald's Happy Meal Customer Gives Bowser A New Paint Job
McDonald's Happy Meal Customer Gives Bowser A New Paint Job
McDonald's Happy Meal Customer Gives Bowser A New Paint Job
McDonald's Happy Meal Customer Gives Bowser A New Paint Job
McDonald's Happy Meal Customer Gives Bowser A New Paint Job
McDonald's Happy Meal Customer Gives Bowser A New Paint Job
McDonald's Happy Meal Customer Gives Bowser A New Paint Job

Here's the before-and-after, for full effect:

McDonald's Happy Meal Customer Gives Bowser A New Paint Job

"Now find a Luigi one and give it a death stare," one person quipped on imgur. Amen!

via Reddit


Comments

    That's a huge improvement!

    Hopefully, McDonalds doesn't start a sweatshop to have people paint these things...

    Being a Table top gamer and hobbyist, I can actually say that achieving effects like this can be relatively simple if you know the techniques.

    Not to detract from the job itself, it came up great. Just don't feel like results like this are out of your league without millions of hours practice.

      Painting pupils on one inch figures, without them looking cross-eyed or pulling a derp face is my personal hell.

        Good luck in your death stare painting training.

        I always found toothpicks fantastic for this.

      I used to be able to paint tiny models fantastically in my teenage years. Way too shaky as an adult though :(.

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