THIS TOOK SO RIDICULOUSLY MANY HOURS TO FINISH - I CAN'T BELIEVE I ACTUALLY GOT IT DONE
So yeah... awkward comic...
Hopefully people will think it's funny as opposed to disturbing.
I'm sorry it looks like a 5-year-old drew it too.
I promise I spent dozens of hours on this. I think I pulled like 3 all-nighters while working on it.
Not good for my health. =__= But so worth it!
Anyway, I'm still learning how to draw digitally. I mean, I can color digitally well enough, but the lineart is the problem. And I knew I'd never be able to pull it off traditionally. I tried not to be quite so perfectionistic, but somehow I ended up being OCD enough for this to take too long, while not being OCD enough to actually make it look decent.
Lots of copy/paste action.
That's the way to go.
I took the background (though I had to edit it) off of google, as well as the lightbulb... which I also edited. The rest is stuff I drew... Please pretend the hairdryer actually looks like a hairdryer.
And in case anyone is wondering (not that too many people nit-pick facts/details this much), the reason Ms. Question doesn't simply hit Beatrice and Leslie with her Question Marks is because they're the only ones of the group with semi-stable jobs, so they're paying for her dinner. So she has to stay on their good sides.
Well... nothing can get her on LRW's good side in my opinion/headcanon, but you know... Ohmygosh, I just realized almost this whole freaking concept is based on my headcanons about how these three interact and stuff, etc. asdfkl;ajsdflkajsdfasdlfjasdlf! I'm lame. But at least it makes more sense that Ms. Question brings up the idea since she's the only one of the three who really knows InvisiBill, so it's kinda likely that the thought would come to mind? Maybe?
Although, if they should be worried about ANYONE following them into the bathroom, frankly they should be worried about Trollin' McClean, not InvisiBill.
Oh, and in case anyone else was wondering, I took all three of those dress designs from the show. When Lady Redundant Woman stole those three dresses. I just changed the colors (and slight design changes, like the Question Mark) to look more like the villainesses' normal color designs. I dunno why. I just did.
I guess Lady Redundant Woman bought/stole those dresses for them because she's the only one who seems to care about fashion and if she's going to be seen in public with them, they better be lookin' FABULOUS.
Ms. Question could've helped sew the dresses or pieces of them because they've hinted on the show that she sews!
Okay, I should shut up now.
Too many headcanons...
Oh, and one last thought I forgot to mention. I left off Leslie's glasses because she was really hard to draw as it was.
So my BS'ed artist's excuse is that Lady Redundant Woman made her get contacts for the sake of fashion.
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