Hmm, I notice I probably don't do enough 'seductive' pics like this especially considering how much I like doing them. Marge looks good in red, yes? Probably because it compliments the yellow of her skin quite well. I might make this the start of a series of images including the rest of the family.
Sherri with Jessica Lovejoy, with one of her previous girlfriends before settling on Lisa. When I was considering Sherri's permanent lover, Jess was actually one of the first ones who came to mind. Here's what I had in mind for them... ------------------------ Far from reformed, Jess seemed to act a little better to most of her peers through focusing on tormenting her mom and dad. She always tried to offend and shock them whenever she could (a bit understandable considering she was ignored and even sent away to boarding school when she was younger). When she heard that Sherri, who was about fourteen at the time, had come out as a lesbian* (in truth, she was actually bisexual, she just thought the former would be better accepted) Jess immediately realised, she could really twist the knife with her overly religious parents.
Pretending to also be lesbian, Jessica sucessfully convinced Sherri into dating her. Although as time went by she realised that she actually enjoyed Sherri's company and actually tried to make the relationship work, especially showing Sherri with presents. However when she tried to introduce Sherri to her mom and dad (and not for the sake of malice) they reacted rather predictably, blaming Sherri for "Corrupting" their daughter, naming and shaming her in the Reverand's sermons and even encouraging fellow Christian fundamentalists to outright harass poor Sherri. Jessica was left with no choice but to break up with Sherri rather harshly, for her own good. After then she went from merely bothering her parents to outright hating them...
*Initially Sherri only came out to her family, Lisa, Alex, Allison and Janey. Except Janey, being an idiot, ended up telling everyone about it.
It's finally done. It took long enough without shading so I didn't bother.
About Bart and Maggie, that's not a new design, it's just casual indoor clothes. Looking at it now, Lisa's left hand looks wrong. I still like Marge's hair, it's very different but still slightly tall. On a related note, Homer only ripped his hair out twice. Lastly, Maggie isn't supposed to be shorter than Lisa.
A brief history of Marge and Homer in the TOAS continuity;
Marge and Homer's first meeting went the same way as "The way we was" only after the prom Artie Ziff, wisely, managed to keep his busy fingers in check therefore Marge didn't think to regect him. A few years later they married and moved to Waverly hills, Lisa's birth came soon after. Marge focused a lot of her time on painting copies of existing art, nievely believing that Artie just wanted them for decoration. She quickly found out that he was selling the copies at outragous prices, that's when Marge finally realised that her husband didn't truely care for her, he lied to her and exploited her talent for money. She quickly left and took Lisa with her.
After losing his high school crush it didn't seem like Homer would ever have another chance at love until he met Mindy Simmons at the nuclear plant. Sharing almost all of their interests the two really got on with eachover. The relationship resulted in the birth of Bart and Maggie, only the latter was born in wedlock. Unfortunately Mindy happened to be rather fickle and was led astray by her bowling instructor Jaques, leaving Homer with a toddler and a baby he didn't know how to look after.
The two eventually met again outside Moe's tavern (only Homer intended to go in though), they quickly reconciled although the relationship took a long time to form. Within five months they finally married (their relationship is a lot stronger than their original counterparts).
That's the short version anyway. Comments are appreciated!
I just felt like giving Allison Taylor a design change. Also working on her personality more.
The goggles actually have a purpose, they're actually modified glasses, although they're only needed for reading and writing she really didn't want to wear normal glasses. She also hates her ears for being so big, which is why she's covering them with her hair. Despite being a geek, she takes pretty good care of herself and is rather trim in body shape.
Springfield's second finest youngster (behind Martin), she certainly downplays her achievements. She's way too trusting in other people and is pretty shy as well. Despite this she makes the effort to socialise with people and tends to be nice to everyone and nowadays she's actually pretty well accepted by her peers.
Politically speaking, Allison leans a lot on the right-wing, she's opinionated but but quiet about it. Despite this, she still dislikes Ultra-conservative radio host Birch Barlow.
She often feels under pressure from her parents who push her abilities to the Nth degree, although a genius sometimes she just wants to switch off and relax but finds herself unable to.
At school she can often be seen hanging around with Alex, Maggie, Sherri or Terri. She also shows a friendly rivalry with Martin Prince, both of whom volunteer as interns at Frink's lab.
I may do something with the other kinda overrated 6th season not-much-more-than one timer, Jessica Lovejoy. Although probably with less shading or something....
EDIT: I take that back, this one's doing really well...
After having to fight the likes of Sephiroth, Kefka, Dark Maggie, Exdeath and several other bad guys during her life in Gaia, Maggie finally tries to settle down and raise a family in Springfield.
Here we see Maggie, aged 24 moving into her first house with her husband, Mark and her 3-year old daughter, Emily.
Mark's design is loosely based on myself, (I'm even voicing him in the game). While Maggie gains some additions, the head band is a reference to Locke, and the armband is a reference to Terra, who you can see in the picture frame.
Two of the Springfield Elementary Grade 4 classes visit Springfield Art Gallery. A very bored Bart is unimpressed as Principal Skinner drones on about the art on display, while Mrs Krabappel wishes it could end quickly.
Meanwhile, Terri wonders what her sister is up to, who has her interest focused on a fellow student...
(Left-to-right: Principal Seymour Skinner, Milhouse van Houten, Bart Simpson, Mrs Edna Krabappel, Terri, Sherri, Mr George Broughton, Stacy Adams*, Ronan Cassidy, Alex Whitney, Mike Shephard.)
(*My invented name for her...)
(EDIT: Have replaced this pic with a color-corrected version...)