LOL I'm not a vegetarian myself, although I've tried to be a few times, at least temporarily to try to lose weight and be healthier, but I must have a protein deficiency or something, because after a few days with no meat at all I get really weak and tired, and vitamin supplements don't help.
This is funny because I cannot tell you how many of my online friends have turned out to be vegetarians! I don't have an exact number, but more than half for sure. Yet in real life I don't think I know any. Still, it's weird that so many vegetarians gravitate toward me on the internet.
Haha! I never really liked the taste of meat, so it was fairly easy for me to stop eating it. And I felt quite guilty eating it, as if I was eating a cute little baby lamb or chicken or whatever. And being a vegetarian is also to do with my religion - Buddhism. Well, I think Buddhists are supposed to be vegetarians, the Buddha was, so I just tell people that they are. What religion are you?
...ok, so after I discovered your picture of Bob and Cecil in the dessert bowl a couple weeks ago, I wanted to see if you did more and ... I can't even. I've pretty much been working my way through your work every night and staring in awe and fascination. As a child I never appreciated the awesomeness that was Bob, it was always "haha so how are the kids going to kick his ass this time", but I rewatched all his episodes recently and was like "dayum gurl, why am I jealous of Aunt Selma?!"
I apologise for not leaving comments on all your lovely masterpieces, but I wasn't sure if you'd find it annoying to keep getting piles of messages saying much the same thing about stuff you did ages ago (you never know, plus I know bugger all about how to critique art, I just know what I like and don't like, and I more than like your art work). But I'm definitely eagerly anticipating seeing what else you have in store, and show them the love they deserve. So ... thankyou for all your hard work, your drawings were just what I needed to satiate (or enflame ... whatever) my new 'appreciation' of the Terwilligers. Never stop being awesome!
Aaaaawwwwwwwwwww! Thank you so much for taking the time to tell me all of this! It really means a lot to me. And believe me when I say I LOVE reading comments on my art and stories! They encourage me to make even more for you all to enjoy. You can never give me too many comments!
BTW I have a Sideshow Bob fanfic currently in progress. Nine chapters posted so far. Perhaps you'd enjoy reading it? Each chapter has an illustration too. It's all in the folder "Being Bob" in my gallery. Top of the stack.
I definitely plan to draw more Liscil, but if I drew Zia, I would change her hair. Not just because Cecil would be her father instead of Milhouse, but also because I can't get over how weird it looks. That one blue lock just makes it look like a deformity instead of hair. It bugs me. XP
Milhouse is sweet, but I just can't see Lisa actually marrying him. To me it sounded as if no one else would have her so she settled for Milhouse, and that's just sad. I don't see why she wouldn't be popular with the boys, especially the intellectual types she prefers.
I would pair her with Cecil, and Zia would be HIS daughter, not Milhouse's.
Nothing until I get settled in to my new home, which I just moved into today. I'm currently using my roommate's computer, so I can't do any art on it, but hopefully I'll get my own PC and scanner set up soon. She's got wi-fi and I don't know if my old PC can hook up to that.