EDITOR'S NOTE: Updated/edited the errors on this pic.This is the last time to do that. Sketchdump of the Victors with their "birth" mothers. Yes, it's really a BELATED Mother's Day pic, but I wanted to draw it since yesterday's holiday.
Now, in this pic, I wanted to draw the mothers of the Victors that were compared/contrast to each other.
Panel 1: Nell Van Dort, brushing the dust off from Victor's suit, while Victor was feeling awkward.
Now, in the film "Corpse Bride," we all know what Nell's character was like; pompous, common-snob, and materialistic with fashion trends. It's like Victor VD said; "She never approve of anything."
I mean, yeah; in the film, she "barely" shows a love to her own son, while William is the only parent who concerns Victor VD. She even only search his missing son to get him back to marriage, while worrying that she'll be out of the aristocrats' shoes. Yeah, other than that, I could really tell that she always tell embarrassing tales of her son, especially the "wet combination" (even in the fandom).
Poor Victor VD, feeling embarrassed and neglected (and "figuratively" tortured) by his mother. I could really tell that his childhood life through adulthood was like that. XD
Panel 2: Susan Frankenstein asked her son to hand over the kitchen supply so she can make a meal for dinner, as Victor Frankenstein gives it to her.
In "Frankenweenie" film, Susan Frankenstein does support her son as a loving mother (UNLIKE Victor VD's Mom), even though she concerns him because of his interest of science. However, she feel bothered when Victor F always borrowing kitchen supplies from her for the making invention. And yeah, you can really tell that she went upstairs to the attic to get any kitchen supply back, even asking Victor F to get a waffle pan back in the film.
Still, what's best for Susan was her personality (while she was based off from Victoria Everglot's design).
PS: the color of Susan's was based off the actual color version of the puppet from behind-the-scene.
I hope some of you had a good time on Mother's Day yesterday. Here's a song to dedicated (based on from "The Simpsons" episode, "Moe Letter Blues") :[link]
Hope you enjoy. Now it's getting late, and I need to get some sleep.
Corpse Bride (c) Tim Burton and Warner Bros.
Frankenweenie (c) Tim Burton and Disney
Medium: Corel Painter Essentials 3 and Adobe Photoshop Element 11