The Simpsons family in Homer and Marges bed. It was a thunderstorm outside and the kids was sceard. Maggie woken up first and they could hear her scream in the babymonitor. Homer picked her up and brought her in to the bedroom. After 10 minuts Bart and Lisa come in to their room scared to. Homer, Marge and Maggie was awake and Marge pated the bed to show that they could climb up to. After 30 minutes, 22.30 the kids was asleep. But not Homer and Marge. They were just looked at their miracles and was so proud of them. Homer took his arm around his wife and said:
Someone asked me if I could draw Lisa to and here it is:
This is how Lisa would grief over her dead brother. Sitting in the treehouse with a picture of Bart, candle and a rose. This was so hard for her. She had never felt more alone then now. This was in the late evening when the darkness had come to Springfield. It was close to bedtime but she couldn`t sleep. She would, as the last respect for her brother, sit in his treehouse. The treehouse her brother had been in so many times.
This is how Maggie would have reacted when Bart died. She was a clever girl, and understanded many things. And she had notised that someone was missing. Her mommy and daddy had been very sad lately and Lisa to. The event here is that Maggie had come out of her crib late at night and crawling by Bart`s room and went in. She crawled under the bed and saw the skateboard Bart had used a lot. She layed up on his board and fell asleep. Some tears falling down her cheecks. This was her grief for her big brother. She couldn`t talk, but had feelings just showed in a different way.
Marge got panic when she didn`t find her girl in the crib the next morning. She ran to Homer and had fear all over her face. They tried to find her all over the place but forgot to look in Bart`s bedroom. But Maggie woken up and crawled out of Bart`s room gasping and rubbed her eyes. Lisa was just walking up the staires when she finded her sister and called their parents. They ran up and was so reliefed to see her! They hugged eachother and Lisa looked into the bedroom where Bart used to live.. She missed him so much..
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.
Bart reads a succesful bedtime story. For him an unexpected and uncomfortable hug is the reward! Real cute brother sister moment, something the show has lacked for a long time... I digress... My first scene in a while so hope it was worth the wait.
[Info] Episode Name: The Man in the Blue Flannel Pants Season: 23 Production Code: PABF01
I wanted to draw something completely else. But when searching for model pictures, I found some of Homer and Lisa sitting on the sofa, and had this idea.
It's probably a bit late for an eight year old girl, no matter how clever she is!
Well, I admire the way they treat each other. Homer is completely aware that Lisa is much cleverer than him. He doesn't understand her, but he admires her and even asks her for help. At the same time, he is still her dad, she admires him too, and never treats him condescending. The Simpsons are said to be a "dysfunctional family", but they're much nicer to each other than most real families.
The pic looks a bit seasick, because I didn't use a ruler and my shading is clumsy, but, okay, I'm just a fan artist.
Madam, your children are no more than a pair of trouble makers. Bart and Lisa have bothered Sideshow Bob, and now he has caught them booth. What will happen? Experimented a bit with face expressions and lines.
The Simpsons TM and Copyright FOX and its related companies. All Rights Reserved.
I guess the only logical way this would ever happen is in my own delusional little dreamworld. I just really wanted to draw something showing the seldom-seen tender, loving side of Bob, and I substituted Maggie for his son Gino for numerous reasons.
1. We're all far more familiar with Maggie than Gino, and can therefore relate to her presence better.
2. I was never happy with the fact that Bob got married and had a kid. Dunno why.
3. Nothing against Gino, but he just doesn't capture my heart the way Maggie always has.
4. I think there's something more touching about a man showing affection for a child, especially one that's not his own.
When I watched some Simpsons future-episodes, I realized one thing: Bart is usually a stupid jobless slacker in them. But why? Yes, I know that he is not very good at school, but he will probably get better later. He will study at university, get a diploma and find a job which he will like. Bart is not stupid and everybody knows it... so why does he always have roles as a slacker in these episodes?
Another Simpsons Christmas picture! Now with Homer The Santa Claus and Lisa The Christmas elf wishing a Merry Christmas to people of Springfield! It is also my first digital drawing of Homer!
I got idea of drawing it while I was watching "Lisa the Iconoclast" episode. In the last scene, Lisa sits atop Homer's shoulders ringing bell during the parade. I love that scene, it shows how Homer really loves Lisa (you can see it in whole episode). He is a good father.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EVERYONE!
Art (c) Me Homer and Lisa Simpson (c) Matt Groening