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:
If you remember the episode where Lisa is born: "Lisa`s first word" you will remember Bart is upset when she is born because he doesn`t get enough etention. A little sister everyone gives their entention to, a dad who have made the horrible bed with the picture of a clown. And no one askes how he is feeling.
But one day he is coming into the levingroom where Homer is sitting with a beer and watching tv, Marge holding little newborn baby Lisa. Bart is upset and sad and asks to hold the baby. But in the episode Marges says no because he is to little.
But this scene Marge said yes. Homer who had watched them sat his beer down and lifted Bart up to Marges lap. Marge layed carefully Lisa in Bart`s arms and told him to hold her under her head and back with his hands. He did so and looked at her. He got a big smile on his face, finaly he felt like a big brother. Homer who watched his kids looked at Marge with loving eyes and she returned the smile to him.
Bart was looking on his sister then up to his parents with greatful eyes and said: "She`s beautiful mom and dad!" Homer and Marge was laughing a little of what Bart said and thought it was lovely to say such thing for a 2 and a half year old boy. Homer: "Yeah, she sure is son."
I have always wanted to make that scene into a happy one.
Maggie is walking for the first time! The story here is that Homer got home from work and walked in the frontdoor seeing Maggie by the stairs playing with some toys. While Homer hang his jacket he saw in his sidesight that Maggie was trying to stand up. Something she had never done before. He looked at her while she stood on her feet and then took her first step! In big shock and with a hugh smile on his face he called on Marge to see this beautiful moment. She dropped what she did and went out to the hall. She gasped when she saw Maggie half away from her daddy while Homer had bent down and had opened arms to take her. They were so proud of her!
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.
Well, the Simpons' holiday is really interesting... They always make something crazy and get themselves into trouble. That is the reason why Marge looks so "happy" here.
Scenes are from holiday episodes: - Itchy & Scratchy Land (Bart the Shark Boy) - Summer of 4 Ft. 2 (cool Lisa) - Rednecks and Broomsticks (Maggie playing with the most annoying toy ever) - The Greatest Story Ever D'ohed (Homer the Messiah)
,,My kitty died on Christmas Eve. Daddy told me to be brave. But instead of singing carols, I was digging Snowball's grave." Lisa Simpson, season 16 episode 18: A Star Is Torn Written by Homer Jay Simpson
Maybe Lisa had a present for Snowball I, but Snowball died rather than she can get it.
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
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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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.
Lisa & Maggie hunting down Easter eggs for Easter. Yes, there's several "Easter eggs"/references of two of my favorite franchises from Nintendo. Let's see if anyone recognizes them. Happy Easter everyone!
Lisa & Maggie Simpson belongs to 20th Century Fox/ Matt Groening
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 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.
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.