If you’re used to seeing The Simpsons as yellow, four-fingered, and anything but frightening, Hossein Diba, a Turkish artist, is going to change your opinion. He constructed frighteningly accurate replicas of some of the show’s characters, and they’re precisely what nightmares are made of. In a recent interview with Bored Panda, the guy stated that when he watched The Simpsons, he was always curious about how the characters and their body proportions would appear with actual touches on details and textures. “I’ve always wanted to do something like this,” Hossein acknowledged. “When I was watching The Simpsons, I was constantly thinking about how those shapes would appear with realistic touches in details and textures-always wanted to achieve it,” he added. Aside from all the negative consequences, this quarantine existence had one little benefit. It allowed me more free time to work on my art and experiment with things I’d always wanted to attempt.” Diba has been posting his work on Instagram, where he has over 77,000 followers, as well as behind-the-scenes process films on his YouTube channel. As a result, we at Animated Times reasoned, why not let admirers view his work? Thus, we compiled a list of his works. “Doesn’t that sound incredible?” If so, let’s go down the list and look at his work.

10. Marge Simpson:

Marge Simpson In Real Life
(Marge Simpson In Real Life)

9. Bart Simpson:

Bart Simpson
(Bart Simpson In Real Life)


8. Mr. Burns:

Mr. Burns
(Mr. Burns In Real Life)


7. Homer Simpson:

Homer Simpson
(Homer Simpson In Real Life)

6. Lisa Simpson:

Lisa Simpson In Real Life
(Lisa Simpson In Real Life)

5. Sideshow Bob:

Sideshow Bob In Real Life
(Sideshow Bob In Real Life)

4. Ned Flanders:

Ned Flanders In Real Life
(Ned Flanders In Real Life)

3. Moe Szyslak:

Moe Szyslak In Real Life
(Moe Szyslak In Real Life)

2. Grampa Simpson:

Grampa Simpson In Real Life
(Grampa Simpson In Real Life)

1. Milhouse Van Houten:

Milhouse Van Houten In Real Life
(Milhouse Van Houten In Real Life)

So, indeed, this artist portrays the Simpsons characters as actual people. To be honest with you, this artist has done an amazing job. I mean, seeing the Simpsons in a color other than their trademark yellow is a truly exceptional experience. So, what are your thoughts on his artwork? Please let us know in the comments section below. Until then, subscribe to Animated Times for in-depth analysis of the entertainment business, forthcoming films, and other topics. as well as TV shows, celebrity news, and much more.

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