Marge Simpson portrait in my style
Posted 1 year ago and submitted by Patricia Pedroso Pedro | Share link: http://illo.cc/91329




What happens when you try to re-create a character you’ve seen since childhood on TV in your own style? Let me tell you, it’s much harder than it seems!

I had this random idea that I really wanted to redraw Marge Simpson in my style, however, it’s very complicated to get out of the mould that you have for that cartoon. Maybe even more than drawing a portrait of a celebrity in a way… After doing some research (thankfully, nowadays there are tons of wikis that keep what seems to most like unimportant information), I found out Marge’s real eye colour, how her hair was supposed to look in reality and all those details that might come in handy when looking for references. Of course, I took some liberties as well, but overall, I really like how it came out (after a few failed sketches…)!

I uploaded her to my Inprnt shop in case anyone is interested in a print and I also recorded the process for my latest YouTube video – it’s a review of a tablet, but I show the process video there as I tried it out.



Patricia Pedroso Pedro
Illustrator
Aranjuez, Spain
Tel: +34608198775
www.patriciapedroso.com

I'm a freelance illustrator and I love anything with a hint of darkness and fantasy. I work digitally, but I’m also an experienced watercolour and gouache artist. Although I'm qu… Show more.

Message Patricia
Profile updated 20th April, 2022
Member since 28th September, 2020
Clients
Raw Stone (https://www.rawstone.com.au/), individual comissioners, Coffee and Language Publications
Testimonial
"Patricia Pedroso is a brilliant illustrator. She's extraordinarily talented, creative and intuitive. I'm so proud of her work on our children's book, HOW DO YOU KNOW? She took my vision of the story and brought it into a beautiful, imaginative reality. Add to that, she's incredibly positive and easy to work with. I hope to be lucky enough to work with her again! -- Cathy Montosa, Author, HOW DO YOU KNOW?"
— Cathy Montosa, Author, Coffee and Language Publications