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A few months ago, we released our first feature in our Reality Simpsons Study, depicting Homer as he would appear if he were a real person.

The purpose of this creative study was to find a happy median between the anatomical proportions of the cartoon characters and those of real human beings.

While some were intrigued, others were offended by the monstrosities resulting from our transformations of the entire family. However, everybody appeared to be creeped out, if not horrified by the ‘Simpsonoids’.

Ignoring the creative purpose of the study, many die-hard fans protested the original Homer creation, stating that it did not accurately depict him. While it is not our role to satisfy cry babies, their cries did catch our creative attention. Enough so, for us to create a definitive digital depiction of Homer as a real person, replicating the actual features and proportions of the original character and thus, abandoning those of our fellow real-world humans.

The following study presents the creation of Homer Simpson, in the flesh.

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25 Comments on “Homer Simpson: In the Flesh”

  1. Barker Says:

    Bravo

  2. zamon Says:

    still kinda creepy

  3. King Says:

    nice

  4. LAR_Northman Says:

    Somehow this is easier on the eyes then the more human attemt. I supect this is a good example of the “uncanny valley” effect.

  5. Janice Says:

    Wow… Why can’t we leave The Simpsons just as they are… cartoons??? Seriously! Some things just aren’t meant to be fooled with.

  6. Darrin Says:

    I think it would be cool to see a computer animation like that, but not so much the human things. If they could figure out the rest of the characters, up-to-date shows for the kids today, and the parents can still relate!

  7. Gellee und Kleibrig Says:

    I have to go with Janice here. Let’s just leave them alone. We can replace voice actors. Maybe we need a premise of how human there aloud to look. I would be happy with just a few seasons of 3-D Homer.

  8. nachowarrior Says:

    Janice, shut up. it’s people like you that ruin this country and creativity.
    dumbass

  9. Fox Says:

    It’s pretty interesting. The emotional displays are too subtle, though.

  10. jack von healy Says:

    ah for the longest time until you put the eyes in it was so scary! ….where he is pupil-less and has that creepy smile I almost pooped ma pants

  11. Vincent Says:

    You guys forgot that when Homer is “lustful”, he actually sticks out his tongue and drools with his head back ?!?!?!?!?

  12. Vincent Says:

    Kinda reminds you the episode “Treehouse of Horror VI?” The last toon that has Homer wandering off into the Tron-like dimension???

    Guess you must be taking this another step further!

  13. Cailin Says:

    Omg! I thought that was so cool! I think it’s unbelievable how you guys can actually turn a real photo into something so… fake-ish. It’s amazing, like alot of your other videos. Keep up the good work people!

  14. mj Says:

    i think the majority of the look were kind of the same don’t you think? but that was an amazing job so well done!!!

  15. The simpsons Says:

    Nice. Thanks for this. Is there an easy way to subscribe to comments here?

  16. Matty Says:

    You should make a episode for one

  17. shane Says:

    haha thats good

  18. alex Says:

    I think it would be cool to see a computer animation like that, but not so much the human things. If they could figure out the rest of the characters, up-to-date shows for the kids today, and the parents can still relate!

  19. J Says:

    This one is definitely better than the other ones!!! I love it! it looks son real!!! Excellent job!!

  20. Angel Says:

    The nose is to long, otherwise, wicked.

  21. haley Says:

    i just peed that was creepy

  22. Scooter Says:

    I think he looks almost like the cartoon homer but he does looks a little weird looking.

  23. Greg Says:

    That was cool! I would love to see a similar 3-D styled version of the rest of the Simpsons’ clan. The first set of videos did venture just a little bit too far into the “uncanny valley” terror-tory. ;P

  24. shaninja Says:

    I really think thats cool! I wonder how they do that?!

  25. ricky Says:

    how do i get the app to create my own simpson

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