I now, the title wordplay was easy This is one of the most difficult poster I ever do... more than 80 layers! The title was very hard to do, but I'm glad of the result because it looks like the orginal one
Request by (she wanted a picture with Rainier Wolfcastle)
See now, when I watch The Simpsons, I don't just watch it for humour or plot-lines. I find most inspiration from the animation, hence why my artwork turns out quite different from others. I suppose, you can appreciate it some more if it's a still image, after all you have more time to look, with no motion involved. Anyway, I've always liked doing this type of thing with my work. It's a nice little surprise when they can do these dream sequences on the show. It lets them loose with their artistic license. The 60s/70s had a lot of colour and I was motivated to create this based on what I saw. A nice change especially considering there's usually not a lot of colour in art these days. Then again, I do Simpsons fan art, so loads of Yellow.
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.
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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.
Cuz, I just have to much to answer! I really hope you don't mind! Believe me, I am happy about every nice comment!
I needed DAMN long for this.
Yeah, yeah, I know! It's a christmas picture. Believe me, I see this. But I didn't wanted to wait until next christmas, cuz I am pretty proud of the result. I put a lot of effort into it. He, poor Bob. He needs to do the worst work. And Homer is just sitting on Skinners' shoulders. Lisa's expression is just a mild form of a "WTF-Face". I think she's just happy she doesn't needed to climb up there.
Let's all hope Homer will NOT smell the cookies!
I hope you like!
Homer & Lisa Simpson, Sideshow Bob & Seymour Skinner (c) Matt Groening (The Simpsons) Artwork (c) Me
+30 from *Rose-de-Noire Thank you! He/Her (?) wanted me to draw Homer. So I did! I really like Homer too, and I didn't draw him very often in the last time, so here he's finally again. It's a more relaxed picture, because I need stuff like this right now. And I looove summer evenings, so I think it was the perfect choice. (: It becomes warmer and warmer here, and summer holidays comes closer and closer. I am so excited I hope you like summer evenings as much as me and this picture too.
Homer Simpson (c) Matt Groening (The Simpsons) Artwork (c) Me
"So many faces..so different from one another...so few smiles..." A follow-up to my Clint Eastwood/Batman based from one of the best comic book series ever "The dark knight returns" . Hope you all enjoy it. It was made as a fanart and has no commercial purposes. www.caricaturesdeseb.wordpress.com
Maggie, age 20 and Milhouse, age 29 have just announced they're engaged. Lisa, age 27, is shell shocked because Maggie had just sprung the news at the family reunion an hour ago.
Lisa had been flip-flopping yes/no over the years on whether she liked Milhouse and when he joined the army, she dumped him, but after he returned, she felt bad and wanted to see if they could working things out. However, for the past 2 years, Maggie had been sending old fashioned snail mail to Milhouse and when Lisa learned of their engagement, it hit her pretty hard.