Nope, not an early Christmas picture. I wanted to do an image with these two and as luck would have it the latest episode had the scene, which I thought would be worthwhile practising with. This also counts as my 150th deviation here.
I figured this would be a great scene from a classic episode (Cape Feare) to draw for the start of this month. Hopefully, I will have enough time to continue with the Treehouse of Horror images. Though, I don't think it would be too worrying if some were posted after October.
Personally, I think dancing is one of the best things to show how dynamic the characters can be. And I am trying to vary the poses I use from drawing to drawing. Of course, Marge and Homer would be the best choice for a Simpsons picture. Having just looked through my gallery again, I noticed I tend to draw them a lot more than most other characters. A bit odd 'cause it doesn't really seem that way.
Blegh, some parts of this I like, some parts I don't. Decided to post anyway. One of the posters from the crossover crisis. Tried to do it in a different style. I use the slightly thicker lines (it really doesn't seem like only two brush sizes difference) every so often but I never seem to get it right. I think I'm better off sticking to using thinner lines for all my stuff from now on. I promise my next one will be better.
"Hmm. Homer's Odyssey. Is this about that minivan I rented once?"
Kind of been lacking in art ideas lately. At least I still had some sketches from a while back lying around. I must have drawn this back when I got Season 13 on DVD. I always draw a lot of images based on the episodes of a particular season as soon as it is released. So I suppose you can expect a lot of Season 14 and Futurama Season 6 artwork coming up sometime soon. This is of course based on the first part of Tales From The Public Domain. I don't know why, but I do a lot more Homer/Marge artwork than I intend to.