Lisa had a little cold for a few days. But now she's feeling all better and Maggie is happy to see her big sister again. Bart is happy to see the two sisters back together again as well. Then Bart heads downstairs to watch some TV and.... this continues in the next drawing!
I've been watching The Simpsons so much lately because I just bought the first four seasons on DVD. I have to admit that I never was a really big fan of the show, but now I'm really interested in it. I am now watching some of the newer episodes from TV, I think they're OK (at least to me ). I drew some pictures about Bart and Lisa, I really like their relationship.
Yeah I know, the coloring really sucks. Also, this is the first time I've ever drawn The Simpsons characters, so there can be some mistakes. Bart was kind of hard to draw.
As I mentioned before I love to draw the Simpson children older and this has been one that I have always been quite proud of. In the series there are a few tender brother/sister moments between Bart and Lisa but you rarely see any with Bart and Maggie so that is why I did this. To create some form relationship with these two as well.
Set in the year 9595, where the world is now a desolate, white, sandy dying wasteland, Lisa and Maggie find themselves at the end of time, unable to return home, where they find themselves to be possibly the last two humans alive. (Mirroring Noel Kreiss from Final Fantasy XIII-2)
Lisa has given up any hope of returning home, but Maggie tries to convince her that as long as they don't give up hope and think positive, they'll be able to get back.
This is the first time I've actually shown how Maggie carries her Maggie Blade around.
Here is another memorable episode - "Lisa's Wedding". It's really a touching story about Lisa and her happiness. Before her wedding, Homer had given her a very soulful conversation as a luckiest dad. ... Homer: Little Lisa, Lisa Simpsons. I always felt you are the best thing my name ever got attach to. Since you learnt to pin your own diapers, you've been smarter than me Lisa: Oh dad! Homer: No, no. Let me finish. I just want you to know I've always been proud of you. You're my greatest accomplishment and you did it all yourself. You helped me understand my own wife better And taught me to be a better person. But you're also my daughter. I don't think anybody could've had a better daughter... Lisa: Dad, you're babbling. Homer: See? You're still helping me. ... Well, my father has taught me a lot of things. One of them is "Big boy must not cry" but this episode really prove him wrong, even I have watched it several times.