To much AWESOME couples getting not enough attention!
I love these couple Francesca & Bob FTW. That's the only true "Sideshow Bob-Couple" I really support. I like them more than Cecil/Bob and Bart/Bob. I don't know, almost everyone like this Simpsons-crack-couples, except me. :/ I couldn't believe I haven't had NO picture of Bob and Francesca In my gallery. So, it was time. My last Sideshow Bob picture, were months ago too. So it was really really time.
This comes better out than I thought! (But it still looked better into my head.) I am pretty proud of the coloring. Typical Simpsons-Style. I finally fixed that style again. It's funny to do. But this time you see, I were to lazy for a background. I just added some music notes, for not looking that boring.
So I really hope you like it.
Sideshow Bob & Francesca (c) Matt Groening Artwork (c) Me
Madam, your children are no more than a pair of trouble makers. Bart and Lisa have bothered Sideshow Bob, and now he has caught them booth. What will happen? Experimented a bit with face expressions and lines.
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I guess the only logical way this would ever happen is in my own delusional little dreamworld. I just really wanted to draw something showing the seldom-seen tender, loving side of Bob, and I substituted Maggie for his son Gino for numerous reasons.
1. We're all far more familiar with Maggie than Gino, and can therefore relate to her presence better.
2. I was never happy with the fact that Bob got married and had a kid. Dunno why.
3. Nothing against Gino, but he just doesn't capture my heart the way Maggie always has.
4. I think there's something more touching about a man showing affection for a child, especially one that's not his own.
I wanted to draw something completely else. But when searching for model pictures, I found some of Homer and Lisa sitting on the sofa, and had this idea.
It's probably a bit late for an eight year old girl, no matter how clever she is!
Well, I admire the way they treat each other. Homer is completely aware that Lisa is much cleverer than him. He doesn't understand her, but he admires her and even asks her for help. At the same time, he is still her dad, she admires him too, and never treats him condescending. The Simpsons are said to be a "dysfunctional family", but they're much nicer to each other than most real families.
The pic looks a bit seasick, because I didn't use a ruler and my shading is clumsy, but, okay, I'm just a fan artist.