Because I suck at titles I went with the literal approach instead rofl. Ahhh I couldn't help but paint this semi-speedy after watching legendary ep 7. There are so many memorable quotes in this ep alone I didn't have time to copy them all down //weirdhabit//shot
Man I really need to work on my non-line art paints because they always end up looking too flatly color-casted with a lame palette lol ):
Oh yes, and no spoilers in the comments please until next week >u<;; God and I do hope this pic is decent enough to be considered spoiler free LOLIT'DBETTERBE 8U
A quick thing I did after watching ep1 of season 6. Ahhh, I feel so sad that I couldn't convey the feeling I originally had in mind. But nevertheless, that quote is just too touching because it came from the Doctor himself.
----------------------- Pose slightly referenced Doctor Who (c) BBC
Iím coming home, Iím coming home, Tell the world that Iím coming home. Let the rain wash away all the pain of yesterday. I know my kingdom awaits, and theyíve forgiven my mistakes. Iím coming home, Iím coming home, Tell the world that Iím coming...
I'll always be here. But this is when we talked, and now even that has come to an end. There's something I always wanted to say to you... I just wanted to say hello. Hello, Doctor. It's so very, very nice to meet you.
I love you.
I felt such a sense of joyous sadness (Does that even make sense?) after seeing this episode. Neil Gaiman put such love into crafting the dialogue between the Doctor and Idris/TARDIS/Sexy, and it broke my heart to see the two of them say hello/goodbye at the end.
I'm not sure if Eleven makes the best husband/resident/thief, but our dear Lady in Blue doesn't seem to mind him. Heck, if she managed to stay by the Sixth Doctor's side without tossing him into the Vortex, she definitely deserves credit!
Pencil and watercolor on hot press paper.
Doctor Who and characters copyright BBC Wales Art copyright me.
I've always liked the thought that Bad Wolf was both Rose and the TARDIS, and of them having some sort of lingering affinity/friendship because of it.
And Neil Gaiman, geeze, I've been in love with you since I was 13, and now YOU GAVE ME A PERSONIFIED VERSION OF THE TARDIS TO PLAY WITH. you're like the gift that never stops giving...
Ever since The Doctor's Wife aired I've been doodling ridiculous little sketches of these two in the margins of everything - painting each others nails, going shopping, plotting against the Doctorgossiping about the doctor... you know, girl stuff.