I think the best place to listen to Ultraviolence is while you’re driving, or while you’re alone on your headphones.
A Day with the Doctor was so much fun!
I finally got gloves for Grace and I think it made the costume SO much better. Lots of people “got” who I was- many did not, but once I explained, they were so complimentary. Paul was absolutely lovely- he truly lived up to all the wonderful things you hear about when he meets his fans. Loved spending the day with Amy, Amanda, and the rest of the Hurricane Who family. Can’t wait for November and Category 4!
River Song, Charley Pollard, and the War Doctor join forces.
Picture by Legend of the Traveling Tardis.
Gale brought Paul McGann knitting. No one else had brought him knitting. He was ecstatic. So was Gale. Such a lovely man!
For tardis-scooter, one of the many, many traumatizing scenes in Scherzo.
- Cut my throat.
- I can’t.
- I can’t do it myself, it needs precision. Right across the vocal cords.
The abstract multicolored pattern is the sound creature. At least it’s the way I see it with my ears. And I placed it that way basically to censor Eight’s open throat.
It took me a bit longer to draw this one-word prompt because basically, once Eight and Charley are in that endless white void, they can’t see anything (so what the hell can you draw), except when the sound creature allows them to eat, and there’s always something deeply disturbing or downright gore going on during these moments (so you can draw stuff about it but you feel sick in your stomach while doing so).
• Doctor: “Perspective. I’m told it’s a wonderful view. No, I mean it. I really hoped it would be a wonderful view. To look back from the end of everything. To see how things finally turn out. I was looking for hope.”