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A rough Doctor Who sketch from 2000 or 2001, done to stave off the boredom of the retail job I had back then. I wasn’t allowed to nap, so the Doctor got to instead.
I sketched this clandestinely behind the store’s counter in black ballpoint. This scan is color-corrected to counteract the old cheap ink having gone a bit violet over the years. Around 9x6”.
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WARNING: Spoilers for the Doctor Who episode “Day of the Moon” ahead.
I really liked the nanorecorders from the episode. I started wondering how cosplayers and such might emulate the special effect of the nanorecorder in a live setting, and thought of the UV-reactive invisible ink used in things like hand-stamps at concert venues and nightclubs. This is a quick-and-dirty sketch of how such an idea might be put to work.
If you manage to make this effect work, please let me know!
(Dying of laughter.)
It amazes and delights me that people are still digging this ridiculous thing I made 11 years ago. That’s something like three centuries in Internet Time.
If you desire context and production details, click through to the YouTube description.
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Making captchart has quickly become one of my favorite ways of fishing for ideas and/or killing time.
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A fun little fandom meme I filled in bit by bit on breaks over the course of a busy day. I generally try to fill things like this in by doodling as rapidly as possible with minimal erasing or undoing.
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Digital illustration of the different TARDIS keys seen over the years on Doctor Who.
Multiple screenshots of each were used as reference material to ensure that even the bumps on the normal-key-style keys are locksmith-accurate. I’m sort of a dork like that.
The background is this NASA photo, which was widely enjoyed by Who fandom as it resembles a real-life version of the show’s “Crack in the Universe.” For extra giggles I drew the keychain in the shape of the Crack.