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Simpsons Family Portrait: Turn Your Portrait into a Simpsons Caricature

There’s no better way to show your love of The Simpsons than by having an artist recreate your portrait as a cartoon version of yourself, complete with Homer’s unibrow and Marge’s blue hair. These life-like, yet slightly creepy cartoons will make you wish the family that lives next door were as hilarious as the ones on TV. The best part about having your portrait turned into a Simpsons caricature is that it’s almost too easy to do. You simply upload a picture of yourself, send it off to one of these artists, and voila! It’s as easy as pie! Once you’ve done that, we’ll take care of the rest!

You will quickly identify and cherish each and every one of our Simpsons drawings since they are all the work of a single, talented artist. For yourself or for a loved one, this Simpsons caricature portrait is a wonderful purchase. It’s sure to bring a smile to the faces of Simpsons fans everywhere.

Envision your portrait as a Simpsons character: Homer, Bart, Marge or any of your other favorite Springfieldians. Our cartoonists work from photos of you and/or members of your family to transform your face and body into one of five different Simpsons archetypes. While it’s best to send us one photo for each person to be drawn, you can send up to three per order.

Choosing a portrait of yourself to use is all about picking something that shows off your personality. The best photo to choose for a Simpsons caricature will be one where you’re smiling and looking directly at an audience or camera. You don’t want to choose anything too posed like sitting on your couch, because it can end up looking stiff and unnatural in your Simpson’s portrait. It helps if you were making funny faces when you posed for the picture because it’ll lead to more interesting results. One of the best Simpsons presents to offer is a framed print that will be treasured for generations.

Get your own Simpson’s family portrait here!

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