It's Glasgow like you have never seen it before...Simpsons style.

The Duke of Wellington statue, Leo the raver and a fleeto recruitment stall is how talented student Scott McKenzie imagines what The Simpsons would be like if it was set in Glasgow.

The 20-year-old City of Glasgow College Graphic Design student started off his series of Scottish Simpsons style drawings by simply pairing up Springfield with Springburn.

He said: "I have always done stupid drawings and one of my ideas was to turn Springfield into Springburn."

The reaction was overwhelming so he set up a Facebook page and began creating even more drawings as family and friends put in requests.

He has done his hometown of Kilsyth, nearby Kirkintilloch, Campsie and Cumbernauld and he is currently working on a Castlemilk masterpiece.

Scott admits he used to watch the show everyday when he was younger but he no longer has the time to thanks to his college work.

And with his new found of hobby of creating the drawings, which he does for free, a lot of his spare time is gone.

It is easy to understand why as using photoshop and pictures of the places to create the cartoons, Scott took 13 hours to create Glasgow and eight or nine hours to perfect Kilsyth.

Scott admits the hobby has changed his life for the better. He said: "I used to drink all the time and I have stopped that now. I want to do something decent and make a change.

"I don't want to sit in a computer for the rest of the life. I do this for free and fun. It's a fan thing."

Scott has become a bit of a celebrity in his hometown since he launched the Scottish Simpsons and he hopes the recognition will help move towards his real goal of designing t-shirts.

On his success and why it works, Scott said: "They are funny. Humour is the key to everything."

Check out the Scottish Simpsons Facebook page here.