This time, the character is Lisa Marie Simpson. I kept some aspects of her physical appearance the same. Namely, she still wears a loose red dress and a faux pearl necklace (You thought it was real? How could Homer afford that?? ). But the triangular-cut hem and the spiky hair I threw out.
As Matt Groening has stated in some interviews, he never intended originally for the spiky haircuts to stay; that was simply so that they had easily recognisable silhouettes for ease of drawing. But the network liked them so they stayed. This hair is more natural though. I also asked him to add straps to her dress because strapless dresses are, I think, intended for older girls (when there's enough of a chest to hold them up).
Commissioned by me from Palcomix, many thankies to *bbmbbf for his artistic skillz.
Yeah, I like the character of Lisa Simpson but I've never been particularly fond of her (or any of the other characters') design in the show. I also had Maggie completely redesigned to be just 1 year younger, as well as Bart (but he didn't come out so well...)
Bart looks kind of weird but i like it
i think your version of the Simpsons are the only ones i like
Oh yeah, and then there was this picture of Lisa and Maggie which I had done later.
I had no idea who that is, I've never watched that series so I had to look her up...
Eh, I guess there is a similarity. But I was going for making the Simpson kids look more realistic, and let's be honest, Lisa's normally spiky dress and hairstyle are very unrealistic.
And this is awsome.
We need to discuss this story we were talking about yesterday, with Bart and Lisa and the treehouse ladder. I'll Note you tomorrow (it was a long day today, and it's now just past midnight already).