The Simpsons - Two Original Drawings from the Series
Two original drawings from The Simpsons. Exclusive hand-drawn sketches from "The Simpsons" animated series.
These drawings were used in the production of the episode "Today I Am a Clown" (Season 15 - Episode 6). By placing one drawing over the other the background is created for the Simpson family in the restaurant scene in which Homer signs an autograph for Chief Wiggum's son.
Each of these drawings in pencil or pen becomes a 'cel' with the drawing printed on a transparent cellulose acetate sheet and subsequently painted by hand; this procedure is carried out for each individual frame that makes up the animated sequence of a cartoon.
The Simpsons is a popular American animated sitcom created by Matt Groening in 1987 for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The show is the longest-running American sitcom and the longest-running American animated program. Always wanted to own some Simpsons memorabilia? Now’s your chance!
Dimensions: 31,5 x 26,5 cm approx.
Please note: The sheet has three holes at the bottom, used for archiving the drawing in a ring binder.