So, seeing as I've pretty much posted all my other finished work to date, I figured I was about done. Then I saw this guy sitting on my shelf and remembered "Hey! I made that!" Here we have Bowser! So this is simply a few Dungeons & Dragons miniatures mashed together, but maybe not in the way you'd expect. When I first saw the mini, I was simply going to assemble it and paint him up as Mario 1 sprite Bowser, in all his bald glory. Maybe give him a crown, like in the old Super Mario Super Show? Then I remembered having a really unsatisfying Fire Elemental Familiar mini, and suddenly my Bowser was Mario 3 Bowser. Well, I couldn't just leave it at that, could I? Not with a weapons pack hanging around that included a rounded, double-bladed axe (also, the added weight on his noggin made an already precarious balancing act now completely unable to stand on its own). All I needed now was a bridge to stick it into. While rifling through my tilesets, I realized I had these odd plastic tiles that interlocked, and had a cobblestone pattern. They didn't match anything else I had, and I don't remember where they came from, but with the right paint job, they looked sufficiently molten enough for my purposes. A few chopped down popsicle sticks, some fancy eyelet pins, and one old chain bracelet later, and bam, bridge over lava. Oh, I also stuck a clipped flathead nail through the base and bored a hole in his foot so he could attach to the base and not fall over.