Homer and Marge`s miracles Bartholomew J. Simpson, Lisa Marie Simpson and Margareth Simpson.
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.
I couldn`t resist to make a drawing were Homer and Marge are devestaded because of their dead boy, Bart.
I have made drawings were every family member is sad over that Bart died. One of Homer, Marge, Lisa and Maggie. But I didn`t make a drawing were his parents, Homer and Marge reacted when they heard their boy had been hit by a car and died in the street.
Marge was home with Maggie when it rang on the doorbell. She opened up, happy as she used to to see who finally visited her on this time of the day. Reverent Lovejoy standed at the door with his wife and principal Skinner. Marges heart began to pound faster when she saw them. When they were at the door, something bad had happend. Or very rare, something good. But Marge dropped the smile very fast when Lovejoy said "Marge, we are afraid we have some bad news for you" When they said Bart`s name and the "D" word, her heart dropped. She got in shock and the tears fell frealy down her cheeks. Her boy dead!?
Reverent Lovejoy had to hold her and escorted her in to the livingroom. Marge cried heavenly, her breathing was heavy and she was shaking. Mrs. Lovejoy got message from her husband to call Homer. He was at work and Marge didn`t want to bother them with that and asked them to leave. But they didn`t want to do it before Homer got home. Marge asked how it happened and they told he went out of the bus and was hit by a car when he was about to cross the road.
Homer didn`t want to believe Mrs. Lovejoy and said "It is not my boy, it must be someone else." But she said that it was his son, Bart who was indentefied by Lisa, hit by a car and died right away. Lisa was with Jenny now, she wanted not to come home yet.
The first Homer thought about was Marge who was alone with Maggie. He had to support her. He drived home to her with tears in his eyes, and kept telled to himself that it couldn`t be true. In the mean time Marge had gone to their bedroom. She wanted to be alone. When Homer got home Lovejoy was ordered to help them if they needed it. Homer thanked Lovejoy and said they would used it if they needed to.
After they left Homer went up to their bedroom finding Marge laying in the bed and crying heavenly. He hated to see her cry and went by her and layed a hand on her shoulder. "Marge..?" She looked at him her eyes shining from the tears and a sorrow in her eyes he had never seen before. All she could say was: "He can`t be dead?! Homer please tell me that he ain`t..??" Homer bent down and sat down beside her and hugged her thigtly, "I`m sorry Marge."
Maggie who had woken up from her powernap climbed out of the bed and crawled out to the hall. She saw Homer walking up the stairs and went into the master bedroom. Maggie with a smile went after him into the room, but when she got closer and heard Marges crying she got a worried look. She standed up to see her parents hug togheter thighty, and cried their hearts out. To just be a baby she was a clever girl and understanded that this wasn`t a happy moment.
It was late at night 9 o`clock, when Grandpa is visiting his son Homer and his grandkids. Bart, Lisa and Maggie was so happy that their grandpa showed up, it had been a long time. He was such a great grandpa
"Bart and Lisa: Grandpa!!" "Abraham: Hey kids!" Homer who had locked up the door, watched them in the hallway. Abe sat down in the sofa while he lifted Lisa to his limp and Bart sat close into him on the other side. Maggie who had stood by Homer feet got a big smile on her face and fallowed Abe, Bart and Lisa. But she wasn`t tall enough to reach up to the sofa and gave her father a sad look. Homer couldn`t resist the face and smile while laughed a little. He then walked up to her and lifted her up to lay over the sofaback. She seemed fine there so Homer didn`t mind. She had falled down some times but didn`t have any damages so he just made her lay there. Marge was in the kitchen and heard the noise and came out. "Marge: What`s going on?" "Homer: My dad came for a visit. I think the kids is happy." Marge who saw them now got a smile on her face. "Marge: Yeah I think they are." Homer layed a arm around his wifes shoulder and smiled as well. "Bart: Grandpa, can you tell us a story?" "Abe: Of course. It was 1942 and the soldiers was coming from...." "Homer: Not to long kids, it`s nearly bedtime." "Bart and Lisa: Okay, daddy!"
Well, I finally have something else to update now. Sorry, it took a while, but it seemed that doing one drawing just led to another and another to make. And I'm pretty certain, I will be making more on this too!
I'm entitling this comic as "Snake's Surprise Visit", the first two drawings aren't ready yet, and I'm still trying to figure out how to continue this. If your reading this hitpooandrun, you can make some suggestions here and offer any ideas on how Marge and the Simpson Kids try to get out of this tight spot! ^^
The premise is simple, actually it's based off of a Simpson Clip Show, where the family go on this singing tangent just before Snake breaks in to rob the place. Enjoy!
This will actually be by first colored submission, and I only promise it will not be my last. The coloring really brings these drawings to life, so I certainly understand why so many have asked that my work would be colored instead of gray and black. And I agree, its great!!
The drawing is my remake of a snap shot taken from the Some Enchanted Evening episode from the Simpsons. If anyone has seen the episode before, I'm sure you'll appreciate the update it sorely needed. Rest assured, I'm very interested in doing more. ^^
Note: I'll admit, there's more to being satisfied with the drawing itself than the coloring job I did; but I do intend to improve in future projects!
I've been watching The Simpsons so much lately because I just bought the first four seasons on DVD. I have to admit that I never was a really big fan of the show, but now I'm really interested in it. I am now watching some of the newer episodes from TV, I think they're OK (at least to me ). I drew some pictures about Bart and Lisa, I really like their relationship.
Yeah I know, the coloring really sucks. Also, this is the first time I've ever drawn The Simpsons characters, so there can be some mistakes. Bart was kind of hard to draw.
I wrote the following short story to accompany this picture:
Marge downed her third glass of champagne and heaved a heavy sigh. She knew she should have expected this. Whenever there was an event Homer wasn’t interested in (or more accurately, any event that didn’t have free food or beer) he suddenly had to “cover for a coworker” just long enough to miss the event entirely.
Why he couldn’t just admit that he didn’t want to go was a mystery. Perhaps if he would just be honest with her, it wouldn’t hurt her feelings so much. And then she wouldn’t get her hopes up. Now she was merely awaiting the inevitable phone call with the “bad news, honey” and the tacked-on apology.
Tears stung Marge's eyes as she gazed out across the dance floor. Dozens of happy couples were waltzing to a saccharine love song. ‘That should be me out there,’ she told herself. If only Bart were a little bit taller – and a lot more sensitive – she could dance with him. But all three of her children were nowhere to be seen. She hoped Lisa was keeping an eye on Bart to make sure he wasn’t playing pranks on the dancers for his own amusement. Her son may be a handful, but at least he came along.
The song ended and with it, Marge hoped, the sappy sentimentality that had her on the verge of tears. Surely the DJ would improve the mood with something more upbeat. But no. It was the next song that did it. As the first stirring chords of The Carpenters’ “Close To You” began to play, Marge let out a sob, wishing now more than ever that Homer was there. It was their song! And as far as Marge was concerned, it was a crime that they weren’t together on the dance floor moving in sync to its melody.
“Why do birds suddenly appear, every time you are near?” Marge mouthed the words as she fought back tears. She blinked them away just in time to see an odd shape move through the crowd. For a moment she thought she was hallucinating a walking palm tree, but as the figure emerged from the throng of bodies on the dance floor, her jaw dropped.
Sideshow Bob, the man who had repeatedly terrorized her family before being locked away “for good,” was a stunning vision to her watery eyes. A pink carnation was affixed to the front of his plum-colored waistcoat, under which he wore a white dress shirt and black tie. He was quite dashing, for a homicidal maniac. Dashing, hell. He was downright dreamy... and he was walking straight toward her.
Marge held her breath as the man stood over her with a smoldering smile and extended a hand to her. An unknown force seemed to lift her own hand and place it in his, made her shiver deliciously as his long fingers curled over hers, and lifted her from her seat as he guided her out onto the dance floor.
“Why do stars fall down from the sky, every time you walk by?” Bob sang softly as they danced, gazing serenely into Marge’s eyes. Marge gazed back, lost in heaven. The man was incredibly graceful, despite his enormous feet. Nearby, Bart, Lisa and Maggie sported identical expressions of shock.
After a moment, Bart stepped forward, holding up a cell phone. “Hey Mom, Homer called and said he can’t make it,” he said, trying to sound casual to hide his horror. “Mom?”
Bob drew her closer, their bodies pressing together, ignoring the boy who was once the bane of his existence.