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Homer really know how to use his kids, especially Pointy and Spiky.
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I drew it about a month ago, and now the first upload!
Want to draw better, but I had no enough time, but now I'm on my vacation so I'll try harder.
Also I need to buy a scanner, maybe used one for cheap price.
Have a nice weekends.
ps. Dat marge's dress! Dat small feet of lisa! Well, there's no way to fix it unless I redraw them in computer.

Used a ballpoint pen and a 2B pencil to draw.
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The Simpsons fan art
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The Simpsons, created by Matt Groening.

Lines by dmlxo21, colored by me.

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Los Simpson, creado por Matt Groening.

Lineas por dmlxo21, coloreado por mi.

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Versión orginal / Original version:

[link]
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Homer and Marge`s miracles Bartholomew J. Simpson, Lisa Marie Simpson and Margareth Simpson. :aww:

They had a good time togheter and played with Maggie! They learned her to walk, holding her in her hands and giving Maggie speed while lifting her up. Maggie was jumping of joy and smiled behind the pacifier. :happybounce:

Hope you`ll guys like it! :D
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The story of a Serial Eater...

My entry for the contest "Crazy Homer" on :iconhomersimpsonlovers:. This is a parody of the poster of the 4th season of "Dexter".

Original poster: [link]

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i did this because i was bored, the simpsons are too easy to draw and is just the family together in the front of their house of course the original pic matt groening did it
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Again, this is another piece I did during my Internet... starvation... *ahem*

Since it started, I've been getting back into The Simpson mood, buying Season 6, and enjoying and laughing at so many old episodes that bring back memories... TuT

I was a HUGE fan of The Simpsons growing up, you have no idea. You ever seen a person who constantly talks about one thing and never shuts up about it? Well for me, I was one of those people, and of course, I was talking about this great show.

When watching it again, I distinctly remember something interesting that I stumbled across as a kid.

As I was perusing through the Internet looking through Simpson trivia, I found a website that is based on a fan-production of the show, called "Maggie and Eric", a spin-off series that takes place 12 years after the current timeline of the original show, and stars Maggie Simpson as the main-est character, and a new Simpsons family member named Eric, who happens to have adopted more of Marge's genes (i.e. the hair, the voice, the artistic integrity, etc.)

I was a kid (11 or 12 years old, I forget), and when I saw this, my mind simply exploded right there. I literally thought it was a real spin-off, and that it was coming to FOX soon. I was so hyped for it, I literally told a lot of my schoolmates about it! XD

Of course, they didn't know what the hell I was talking about. In fact, I remember one of them sarcastically teased me, and pretended to agree with me saying that his cousin who lives in America already owns a few pirated videos of the first few episodes.


...And I believed him. God, I was such a dork.


... Actually no, let me re-phrase that, I AM such a dork.

Anyways, eventually I found out it wasn't real, and I felt really embarrassed. I didn't tell anyone about it again, and luckily they couldn't care less to talk about it either. I was that much of a chatterbox.

Even now though, I still wish this was real. It's a neat idea to set The Simpsons into a different age, because let's face it, the show is really, really stale now. Whether that's because the jokes are so worn out or people are just so plain sick of the show now is debatable, but I think a future spin-off will start things fresh. Ergo, it can create a new plethora of possibilities for jokes.

By the way, the guy who made this spin-off, Jake Lennington, is still working on it today I believe.

Go check his work out his deviantart page, ~simpspin :iconsimpspin:, and also his episode guide ideas here: [link]

I will admit, from the perspective of a Simpson veteran fan of the show, there are some ideas of this spin-off I don't like.

Like say, Maggie having muscular arms, Homer still in the position of safety inspector of the plant or the over-dramatic conflict between Maggie and Lisa, but his good ideas outweigh the bad.

Like Bart working as Springfield's new radio personality which I think is genius, and his co-host is his devilish girlfriend / nemesis from his childhood, Jessica Lovejoy, which is even more genius. Or the DeGeorge family whom are the new neighbours of the Simpsons and completely despise each other except for their only child Felicia whom is smitten with Eric Simpson. And Lisa being a travelling jazz musician. Already, there are many great possibilities for jokes here.

I will agree with Lennington when he says the Simpsons needs a spin-off series. It's probably the only way to make them fresh again. And if it does get made, I will be all over it (so long as the charm of the original shines through)!

The characters are as follows;
Lisa Simpson (far left), Homer Simpson (right of Lisa), Felicia DeGeorge (orange-haired kid), Eric Simpson (blue-haired kid), Maggie Simpson (centre), Bart Simpson (right of Maggie), Jessica Lovejoy (right of Bart), Marge Simpson (far right).

Spin-off concept and production by ~simpspin :iconsimpspin:
Original show © Matt Groening & The FOX Network.
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I felt this was a nice image to draw from Exit Through The Kwik-E-Mart ;p Adding more cuter images to my gallery lately.
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Homer: You sunk my battleboat!
Lisa: This gams is stupid.
Homer: I cannot leave them die like this..!! Semper-fi..
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