Ever since her “official” introduction in the Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe trailer for Nintendo Switch, Bowsette -- a combination of Bowser and Peach -- has taken over the Internet. It’s not enough that we got details on her origin story, but fans everywhere have been coming up with great stories revolving around her, among other things.
But now a special Amiibo figurine has been created, and it’s something that fans will definitely want to get their hands on. This is the work of GandaKris, a very talented artist whose work we featured before, like with the custom dead Luigi Amiibo (though HE’S NOT DEAD) and the heartwarming Satoru Iwata Amiibo introduced last year.
GandaKris posted pictures of the Amiibo on her Twitter account earlier this morning, highlighting some great details with it, including her little fangs and horns, along with her evil black dress. It’s pretty much perfect, as you can see from the pictures below.
But what’s more, she breaks down how you can make your own, as you can see in the YouTube video above. It’s a great breakdown of what went into creating the Amiibo, and if you’ve got the proper time and tools, who knows, you just might be able to create your own. (Although, really, GandaKris just can’t be beat at this point.)
There’s no word if she’ll be offering it for sale just yet, but you can always reach out to her on Twitter to see if she’s doing custom orders, or if you absolutely, positively need this in your collection. Judging by the fandom that’s built up for Bowsette over the past few weeks, we wouldn’t be surprised if that included a good lot of you.
Congrats to GandaKris on her work on this lovely Amiibo. With that, we can’t help but wonder what she’ll work on next? Peachette, perhaps? Or maybe something a little more challenging?2comments
In the meantime, we suggest checking out her YouTube page as well, featuring a number of Amiibo creation videos, as well as other great projects. She’s worth the follow!
Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe releases on Nintendo Switch on January 11, 2019; and it’ll be available in both digital and physical form.