Anyone on my dash heading to Chicago TARDIS next week? I’ll be there, but I’ll be working for the con the whole weekend. Still, I’ll be running around so come say hi! I’ll probably be on Twitter, so you can find me @ jigglykat there!
Another Doctor Who commission from Big Chief Studios and officially approved by the BBC! This is my long-awaited portrait of the Ninth Doctor, titled “The Parting of the Ways" - it’s meant to be a dually melancholy/hopeful piece, as it was inspired by both the triumphant scene in The Doctor Dances, as well as the bittersweet regeneration scene in The End of Time. Part of my official series!
Will be available to buy online as a licensed print very soon! Please follow me on Tumblr or Instagram for relevant announcements (and maybe giveaways!)
The Bringer of Darkness, the Oncoming Storm, the Doctor, the Warrior - A Time Lord! The 50th Anniversary features Matt Smith, David Tennant and a mysterious incarnation played by John Hurt. Only one appears in the mini episode, The Night of the Doctor. But which?
Watch the Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor Prequel NOW. Via BBC
Reblogging for Doctor Who fans who missed it this morning.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, I drew this slightly ridiculous tribute to the Bayeaux Tapestry - I had originally intended this to be one 12-foot long image, but then I realized that if I were to ever turn this into a print that it would be impossible to frame (and difficult to view in one piece online), hence the more conventional 24x36-inch print available here.
My River Song’s Diary Project. Ok. So I have been wanting to post this for a while. For part of my River Song costume I made her diary, but since I had a lot of time on my hands at the time, I put a lot of work into it. • first I had to organize River song’s whole timeline and life on paper and in my mind. this took forever. Then I did a small thumbnail mockup of the diary. • next I found a bunch of images on the Internet, since I cannot draw (thanks and credit to the artists who I do not know) that I could use as watermarks and images within the diary. • then I printed them onto regular paper and when I folded the paper like a book I had the first four pages and then the next sheet made pages 5-8 etc….
With something like Doctor Who, there’s so much rich, amazing material to work from. Obviously you have the companions and a vibrant rogues gallery, but i’ve always really loved River Song, both her character and her unique relationship with the doctor. Sorting through her timeline requires a bit of a roadmap, but fortunately the internet was ahead of me on that one. Her story is powerful and beautiful and tragic AND she’s got big awesome curly hair, what’s not to love?