April 18, 2024
A.I

AI artist imagines what The Simpsons characters would be like in REAL life

  • Graphic designer Princess Prompt announced the shocking results on social networks.
  • They used the artificial intelligence program Midjourney to reimagine the animated stars as real people.
  • The experiment generated disturbing results and fans flocked to the comments.



The Simpsons have been a television staple since 1989, but some of the most beloved characters have now been brought to life.

Graphic designer Princess Prompt, who does not reveal her real name, revealed the results on social media after asking the artificial intelligence program Midjourney to reinvent the animated stars as real people.

Among those who underwent an unexpected makeover were the family of the same name, as well as Ned Flanders, Milhouse van Houten and Mr Burns.

The experiment generated disturbing results and fans flocked to the comments to share their own thoughts.

Some of The Simpsons’ most beloved characters have now come to life. In the image: Homer Simpson imagined by AI
Graphic designer Princess Prompt, who does not reveal her real name, announced the results on social media. In the photo: Original Homer Simpson.
The artist asked the artificial intelligence program Midjourney to reinvent the animated stars as real people. In the image: Marge Simpson imagined by AI
The real-life depictions were eerily similar to their on-screen counterparts. In the photo: original Marge Simpson.
Among those receiving an unexpected makeover were the eponymous family and their neighbors. In the photo: Ned Flanders imagined by AI
The experiment produced some disturbing results for fans of the much-loved show. Pictured: Original Ned Flanders
Princess Prompt, who lives in Belgium, told Bored Panda: “I wanted to imagine what a live-action Simpsons series would be like in person in the style of the ’80s, the era in which they were born.” In the photo: Moe Szyslak imagined by AI
The creator said he has been a fan of Matt Groening’s work “since childhood.” Pictured: Original Moe Szyslak.
The results took into account some of the characters’ most identifiable traits. In the photo: Lisa Simpson imagined by AI
The Simpsons have been a television staple since 1989. Pictured: Original Lisa Simpson.
Among the characters that brought life to the program was the police chief. In the photo: Chief Wiggum imagined by AI
The officer has long been known on the show for his love of donuts. Pictured: Original Chief Wiggum
The characteristics of Homer and Marge’s rebellious son were perfectly captured. In the image: Bart Simpson imagined by AI
Bart wreaks havoc on his skateboard in the credits scene that plays at the beginning of each episode. In the photo: original Bart Simpson.
Barney, a beer drinker, has long been a staple at Moe’s bar. Pictured: Barney Gumble with AI images
Its depiction of AI was eerily faithful to its cartoon origins. Pictured: Original Barney Gumble

Princess Prompt, who lives in Belgium, told Bored Panda: “I wanted to imagine what a live-action Simpsons series would be like in person in the style of the ’80s, the era in which they were born.”

The creator continued: ‘As a fan of The Simpsons and Matt Groening’s work since childhood, I found them to be the ideal subject for experimentation.

“The Simpsons universe is already established and the characters are all well defined (physiognomy, colors, personality), which allowed me to focus on how to improve my speed writing and researching the right vocabulary.”

The results took into account everything from Lisa’s saxophone and Bart’s skateboard to Chief Wiggum’s love of donuts and Mr. Burns’s miserly expression.

But the artist admitted that his favorite character was Ralph because, according to them, he is “innocence personified” and the result was “both hilarious and moving.”

Princess Prompt shared the results on social media and fans of the show went into a frenzy.

One wrote: ‘This is amazing! They all fit perfectly, too bad we won’t see this ‘Live Action’ soon. I’d go to the cinema for this!’

Another added: “This makes me smile so much!!!”

The school groundskeeper, who is proudly Scottish, is instantly recognizable by his red hair and wayward disposition. In the photo: Willie, the gardener imagined by AI
Willie is known for his quick anger and moody behavior. Pictured: Willie, the original gardener
Bart Simpson’s best friend also received a new life. In the photo: Milhouse Van Houten, imagined by AI
His most distinctive features are his lock of blue hair and his thick glasses. Pictured: original Milhouse Van Houten.
Many observers were terrified by Mr. Burns’s real imagination. Pictured: Mr. Burns imagined by AI
The AI ​​generation captured the recurring expression of the miser. Pictured: Original Mr. Burns
The AI ​​perfectly captured the spirit of the usual antagonist and school bully Nelson. In the photo: Nelson Muntz imagined by AI
Nelson has become something of Bart’s archrival since he came across the series. In the photo: original Nelson Muntz.
Sideshow Bob is a self-proclaimed genius and Bart’s archenemy. In the photo: Sideshow Bob imagined by AI
He was introduced on the show as a former child artist turned criminal mastermind. Pictured: Original Sideshow Bob
The computer-generated version captured the essence of the school bus driver. In the photo: Otto Dwight Mann imagined by AI
He is identifiable by his long black hair and his outfit which consists of a light pink short-sleeved shirt and purple shorts. Pictured: original Otto Dwight Mann.
The artist admitted that his favorite character was Ralph because, according to them, he is “innocence personified” and the result was “both hilarious and moving.” In the photo: Ralph Wiggum imagined by AI
Ralph has always been a well-meaning boy who seems to have difficulty in social settings. Pictured: Original Ralph Wiggum.
The Kwik-E-Mart owner from the show was also among those recreated. In the photo: Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, imagined by AI
His long-standing character prides himself on a hard work ethic and loyal attitude. In the photo: Apu Nahasapeemapetilon original
Princess Prompt shared the results on social media with fans of the show going wild.

And a third simply said: “Absolutely brilliant.”

It comes after it was reported that The Simpsons series itself was undergoing some major changes.

More recently, producers quietly removed a recurring scene from their hit cartoon in order to keep up with modern times.

The new episodes will no longer include the joke in which Homer strangles his son Bart.

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