<font><font>fantasThe style of draw for Bart in the nose and hears is more similar to Popeye cartoons hehehe but now if the new version of the little devil Simpson is more peculiar. I liked but the hair is many green too.</font></font>
<font><font><font><font>Lisgy are more cuties and I liked the versions of this sisters...Wonderfull more.</font></font></font></font>
I decided to make some changes to them - Bart is supposed to be a rebel, so I had him dye his hair green. And a strapless dress on a little girl wouldn't work so well, so I gave her an overalls-dress instead. (Her normal hairstyle would look silly on a more realistic girl, hence that change too).
there was two episodes of them grouwn up in the future n they shown a long time ago lisa trying to get married in collage but when her " future " didnt wear the pig bracelets lisa stormed in on maggie who was about to sing never heard her say nothin
and the other episode shown last saturday christmas photos showning them slowly grow up first lisa went goth and then after she laeves the pic mostly some where else it shown one crazy goth maggie with spikes every where in this episode lisa was married to milhouse and had a cranky daughter maggie was pregnet a doctor ask who the father was three guys from her band said it wasnt inportent oh and every on elinks up to the internet through their mind.. she is aperently a heavy metel singer, maggie was flew to springfield hopped into a tax , the taxi driver was nelson he tryed to ask if lisa was still interested in him when maggie was about to speak she went into laber... srry for bugging you with long info nice drawing
There have been several Simpsons episodes set in the future, Charla316.....personally, I think that the series should make a permanent time-skip, like Rugrats did with All Grown Up, and center the story around Bart, Lisa, Maggie and their children.
I don't know why you're telling me about those episodes, I have been watching the Simpsons for years. However, these redesigns of the characters aren't from the future, they're my own alternate versions. (Because in my version, Maggie is only 1 year younger than Lisa...their ages are 10, 8, and 7).
I know in the show, Maggie will stay a baby, but they could do so much more with her character if they'd just let her grow up. (Plus they could show some positive sister-sister interaction between Maggie and Lisa, as opposed to Marge with her sisters...)
Yeah, but they only ever do those future stories as one-offs. They should make a new series, like Rugrats made "All Grown Up", and allow all the characters to move on 10 years on a permanent basis, maybe even have the characters growing older from season to season, like a live-action sitcom.