This is what animated characters would look like in real life: Buzz Lightyear, Rick & Morty and more

One of them is Hossein Diba, an expert in 3D digital character modeling, sculpting, texturing and shading.

He has worked on various projects since 2008 and thanks to his knowledge of human anatomy he managed to recreate the characters of various cartoons so that they look as if they were real.

This is what the characters of ‘The Simpsons’ would look like if they were ‘flesh and bone’ according to the digital artist.

Marge looks as radiant as in the animation and Homer wears his characteristic white shirt and keeps an eye on his donut.

The latter became so iconic with its pink icing and colored sprinkles that it is one of the best-selling snacks in the Universal Studios theme park. according to their website.

Akira Toriyama’s most famous character also underwent a realistic transformation; with his bushy eyebrows, his spiked hairstyle and, of course, his Saiyan muscles.

This is what it would look like if it walked among humans:

The Adult Swim animated series is a parody of ‘Back to the Future’ (1985); in fact, Rick was called Doc (the nickname for the character Emmett L. Brown) and Morty became known as Mharti.

Once the pilot was approved, pertinent adjustments were made and thus the famous program was born in 2013.

Miles Morales and Gwen Stacy

‘Spider-man: Into the universe’ (2018) presented various versions of the arachnid hero; one of them was Miles Morales as an African-American Spiderman who must take over from the universe’s Peter Parker when the latter dies.

Gwen Stacy also appeared in her version of Spider Woman and they would look like this in a hyper-realistic version:

The Parr couple are also known as Elastic girl and Mr. Incredible, the digital artist recreated them as if they were flesh and blood superheroes with their red uniforms.

Interestingly, ‘The Incredibles’ (2004) won the Oscars for Best Animated Film and Best Sound Editing in its year.

‘Up: an adventure from heights’ (2009) was another Pixar movie that won two Oscars: Best Animated Film and Best Soundtrack.

Its protagonists look very peculiar in their realistic representation because Carl did not lose his wrinkles or gray hair and Russel kept his chubby cheeks.

As for the characters in ‘Toy Story’ (1995), Hossein Diba recreated them respecting several essential characteristics of animation such as Buzz’s split chin or Woody’s sharp nose.

As data, ‘Toy Story’ was the first Pixar film to be animated completely with digital effects, before the tapes had to combine different techniques.

Both Popeye and Olivia have remained in force since their creation in 1929 to the present day; the sailor who gains muscles just by eating spinach continues to fascinate young and old.

And what about his dear Olivia, who in her realistic version looks just as beautiful as in the cartoon:

Lastly, Nintendo’s most popular siblings are another example of characters that have remained relevant since their inception.

Mario and Luigi were created in 1983 for Nintendo arcade video games and have subsequently been transformed according to new graphics and consoles.

It will be that one day they will be seen in the following way in video games:

This is what animated characters would look like in real life: Buzz Lightyear, Rick & Morty and more