But for others, it's PURE entertainment and revenge.
This is probably the SECOND
time I've drawn Mordecai getting physically hurt. Here's the first one, featuring him totally getting owned by his crush [link]
This is inspired by the recent county fair my family and I attended. There were nice shopping areas, adorable farm animals, awesome rides, and the most mouth-watering food that you wouldn't care how deep-fried it is.
And the games, of course. I LOVE county fair games. Win or lose, it's fun. ABOUT THE TITLE:
The title is based on the song "All's Not Fair at the County Fair' sung by Little Miss Calamity in the episode "Fair" from The Mr. Men Show.
I thought it fit PERFECTLY for this picture.
So my dad and I decided to try this one game where we have to hit a small ball on the TOP of the target on the board before it can make the basket. It's hard, but fun. We didn't win, but still, maybe next time.
I also wanted to draw Granny Smith Apple and Kick Buttowski once again. If you haven't seen old work of mine, then let me explain that this elderly pony and young daredevil are very close, like family. Trust me, though Kick worships many daring idols back in Mellowbrook, it's the sweet old mare Granny Smith that he looks up to the most, as he does for the rest of Applejack's family.
Here's some old art featuring the two [link] [link]
I even redone her hat after so long.
Well, the RS guys have to find OTHER types of work while not always at the park, usually the temporary jobs like the ones for annual events. And you can just imagine the 'joys' Mordecai has of being in charge of what he and Rigby would call as 'one one the lamest games since foosball'. To make it worse, Benson's still his boss even at the fair.
Looks like Kick might have to try and convince dear sweet Granny that he should try and win the prize instead.
Granny Smith from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (c) Lauren Faust
Kick from Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil (c) Sandro Corsaro
Mordecai and Benson from Regular Show (c) J.G. Quintel