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There are so many things I have to draw and much more things I want to draw..and this……..though it took me some time, I forgot what I was going for.

I think I won’t finish this ever, so I’ll just post this here.

Panel 1

Watson: *reads Who-Dunnit mystery aloud*
Holmes: *listens*

Panel 2

Watson: *continues reading*
Holmes: *determined not to be bested by the author*

Panel 3

Watson: *shuts book before the end*  Who do you think did it?
Holmes:  ?!!!

Panel 4

Holmes: It was obvious from the first page, of course!  *insert lengthy explanation*
Watson: …………..uh huh.


Caerdroia illustration   [fullsize]

The Doctor is split into three versions, representing different aspects of himself. The calm, responsible, reasonable, lecturing, boring one. The giddy, distracted, enthusiastic, naive, curious one. And, in his own words, the nasty one; grumpy, impatient, cruel, and quite capable of torture and murder.

There’s also a ball of string that makes a plot-relevant appearance, in case you thought that was entirely random. I just wanted to get across the personalities of each one in a metaphorical way, because this story is awesome, and how could I resist drawing three Eighth Doctors?

Post-Con Sale 50% Off! by Dorothy-T-Rose

Our last convention of the year was cancelled, so I have a few extra prints that need homes. All of these are available in 4x5 or 4x6 inch (small prints) with a few available as 8x10 or 8x12 inch (large prints).

All small prints are $2.50 USD
All large prints are $7.50 USD

Buy four small prints and get a fifth small print free.

Buy four large prints and get the fifth large print for an additional 50% off or a total of $33.25 USD.

An order of small prints only will require $4 USD in shipping.
An order that includes large prints will require $6 USD in shipping.

Sale is good until midnight (GMT-5) of July 31st.

Please e-mail to place your order. Payments accepted through Pay-Pal only.

Thank you!

1. The Sacred Ancestor
2. Raiser of Gales
3. D
4. A Rude Awakening
5. Tea Party
6. Guilty Pleasure
7. Guarding
8. Over the Aeolian Hills
9. On Dust of Moonbeams
10. Namor
11. Death of a Dhampir
12. 2011 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster
13. Disturbed Silence
14. Dhampir and Inferno
15. David’s Harp
16. King of the Pond

See here for the other half of the sale, by SBGothik.

Steven Moffat, John Hurt and Paul McGann QUOTES at LFCC Panel 2014


Paul McGann on the Night of the Doctor: “beautiful and sad”

"We might have the best Doctor EVER on our hands." Paul McGann on Peter Capaldi

"Life would be better without Twitter" claims Steven Moffat.

John Hurt says the welcome he has received to Doctor Who from it’s fans has been wonderful.

"Doctor Who is all about Peter Capaldi now". - Steven Moffat.

John Hurt: “I learnt a lot from Matt and David on The Day of the Doctor.”

Moffat says he has tremendous support for BigFinish and says he jokes with Nicholas Briggs that they can write between the gaps.

John Hurt says the idea of The War Doctor was a ‘brilliant’ and ‘clever’ device.

Steven Moffat on whether there are any more plans for past Doctor Minisodes: “All our attentions have to be given to new Doctor. We owe it to him and can’t think of anything apart from that right now. If I did know I couldn’t tell you as it would be a lie.”

Paul McGann reckons the Eighth Doctor’s song would be “War (what is it good for?)”.

Steven Moffat says a Doctor Who musical episode would be “bloody difficult”.

Steven Moffat says Capaldi’s costume is “somber and dark” when you see it in action.

Paul McGann just used the phrase, “a timey wimey song in a wibbly wobbly way”.

Doctor Who series 8 will address in a “low key” way the fact that Peter Capaldi has starred in Doctor Who already.

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