Yeah. After that (epic) scene where Lisa actually kissed Milhouse, i have thought about doing some scene where those two were together. The idea for this is from "The Great Simpsina." Simpsons TM and Copyright FOX and its related companies. All Rights Reserved.
Marge and Homer comes in Lisa`s room with a little cat in a box gotten from a nabour some houses from them. It was in the morning and they looked up the door and made sure she was a sleep, and she was. And they said togheter: "Happy Birthday, sweety!"
Lisa opens her eyes and turns around to her parents and sees the best gift ever, her first cat Snowball (1)! It was the best birthdaygift she had ever got to just be 6 years old, she had wanted a cat since she was 4 years old. And now she had one! And soon a little babysister! This was her best year so far in her life
Used a Wacom Intuous Bamboo tablet + photoshop cs4.
Hey! Sorry for the delay guys but the time just flee by doesn`t it??
So here is a sad drawing guys, I know. But since I have made many drawings of the familys reaction to Bart`s death I wanted to give him a proper ending. A funural.
So the story here is that this is one week after he got hit by a car and died on the street. He was walking of the schoolbus and got hit by Sideshow Bob who was waiting in the car some houses down from the schoolbus.
Homer and Marge wanted just the near family to come to the sermony, so Marges family is sitting on the other side. Marge`s mother and sisters, Jaqueline, Patty and Selma. And Marge wanted to their trustwurthy friend Ned to come to. Homer was sitting holding his girls tight and where just realising that it was his boy lying in the coufin beside reverent Lovjoy. He couldn`t belive it, but now it was a reality, his son was dead and never coming back. Abe had just come in after getting Maggie calmed down. She was just a baby, but a clever baby. She had a though time. Bart`s ghost was sitting beside Marge and he hated to see his family like this and wanted to tell them that he was okay. He was taking good care of in heaven
That`s something new from me this time. This took forever to make so I hope you guys like it!
Abraham seeing his grandson for the first time! He was so proud to be a grandfather but mostly proud of his son that had become a father. Something he didn`t thought would happend actually, but he had never told that to Homer But Abe saw how much Homer loved Marge and how both of them would turn out to be great parents!
This is just one hour after Bart's birth and Homer was coming outside the room Marge was laying in, so Abe could see Bartholomew Jay Simpson. Marge was taking care of by the nurses and was pretty ecxhausted after the birth, but so happy!
Abe and Homer talking: (Homer comes out with Bart)
Abe: There he is! He`s beautiful! Wow, he is a truely Simpson, no doubt about that! Congratulations son! Homer: Thanks, dad. He sure is. Abe: Is everything alright with Marge? Homer: Yeah, she is fine. She was just amazing, it was really a great experience to be in and to see. I`m lucky to have both of them in my life. (Homer got tears in his eyes and a big smile on his face. Abe lays a arm around Homer's shoulders.) Abe: You sure are, son. Very lucky! (Abe lower his voice) But from man to man, you and Marge did a good job to make such a beautiful little fellar. (Squeeze a little harder around Homer shoulders and blink with the eye to Homer with a funny grin) Homer: Hehe! That was no trouble, since I have such a beautiful wife! (Homer has a loving smile on his face and is looking down at his newborn son) Abe: So what is his name? Homer: Bartholomew Jay Simpson. I wanted our middlename to go in generations and Marge thought if fits here grandfathers name very good. Abe: What a perferct name for him. I can`t believe that I`m a grandfather! , Abe says and gives Homer and Bart a big hug
Hope you guys like the picture and the little story!
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, 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).
At #900 on my Golden VGM list on YouTube is "Harbour Hustle", Lisa's driving theme, from The Simpsons: Hit & Run.
God I love this game. And its soundtrack too. It surprisingly has so many unique and memorable songs, that it presents a new standard for TV-licensed games. Of course not that many TV-licensed games aim for quality anyway... Honestly, "Bart Goes Downtown" was another candidate for this spot as well, but I already picked it way back in the first few numbers of the list. So I went with Lisa's theme instead, which is just as awesome.
Here is another memorable episode - "Lisa's Wedding". It's really a touching story about Lisa and her happiness. Before her wedding, Homer had given her a very soulful conversation as a luckiest dad. ... Homer: Little Lisa, Lisa Simpsons. I always felt you are the best thing my name ever got attach to. Since you learnt to pin your own diapers, you've been smarter than me Lisa: Oh dad! Homer: No, no. Let me finish. I just want you to know I've always been proud of you. You're my greatest accomplishment and you did it all yourself. You helped me understand my own wife better And taught me to be a better person. But you're also my daughter. I don't think anybody could've had a better daughter... Lisa: Dad, you're babbling. Homer: See? You're still helping me. ... Well, my father has taught me a lot of things. One of them is "Big boy must not cry" but this episode really prove him wrong, even I have watched it several times.
Returning to my idea of a Dissidia 011 pic. This is a preview for a character in an upcoming pic titled Dissidia 011 [Undecim] Simpsons Fantasy where 14 new characters are added for the 11th cycle of war.
Those in the 12th and 13th cycles are featured on the same sides they were on in 012.
Zia Simpson, for Cosmos. Zia is the first shown that is exclusive to 011.
Why does she not return for 012?
And what awkward conversations would she have with Lisa...