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.
Bart reads a succesful bedtime story. For him an unexpected and uncomfortable hug is the reward! Real cute brother sister moment, something the show has lacked for a long time... I digress... My first scene in a while so hope it was worth the wait.
[Info] Episode Name: The Man in the Blue Flannel Pants Season: 23 Production Code: PABF01
The Simpsons's rule: Lisa: Dad, I had to listen to this jerk all morning, can we listen to something else? Homer: When I'm driving the car, I get to choose the radio station, when you're driving, we will listen to your radio station. *80's Pop* Homer: Oh, I can't take this anymore! Let's switch back. --------- Anyway, you may notice that I removed the trees on the background 'cause they're really ugly.
This'll teach me to try and draw Evergreen Terrace in such detail...
Anyways, I wonder. When Bart told God to "let us keep our awesome powers", did he consider he might be at a disadvantage against Lisa and her psychic-made Buddha Hand? Psychic powers rock. End of story.
But yeah, I like Lisa. She's a complex yet sweet character, and giving her abilities that remind me greatly of PSI in The Simpsons Game is even better.
...I still think I did badly on Lisa's lower jaw, though...
Hah! Threw you off with that title, didn't I? I'll bet you were expecting a Nightmare Before Christmas character, weren't you? Really now, if you didn't see these troublemakers coming, then shame on you! For me, no cartoon is more synonymous with Halloween than the Simpsons with their hilarious annual Halloween Treehouse of Horror episodes! Naturally, Kang and Kodos get center stage, but I also threw in Sideshow Bob and Itchy for good measure as they're two of my other favorite Simpsons nasties. I'd have put in a lot of zombies since it seems you can't have a Simpsons Halloween without 'em, but I felt I was doing a bad job with the style and I didn't feel like butchering it any further.
On a final note, I'm posting this at the Witching Hour: The stroke of midnight! *Count Floyd voice* Oooh! Spooooky!!!