greymon.

Done with no references, and thus with lots of ~~artistic liberties~~.

greymon.

Done with no references, and thus with lots of ~~artistic liberties~~.



Cat.

Old sketch (from life). Ball-point pen.

Cat.

Old sketch (from life). Ball-point pen.



P. Bishop on the P(hone).

Old sketch.

P. Bishop on the P(hone).

Old sketch.






zebrahead.

ball-point pen.

zebrahead.

ball-point pen.

Reblog / posted 7 months ago with 1 note


Birth and Rebirth.

I haven’t seen much of the 8th doctor beyond the movie, but I really like that weary aesthetic he has during The Time War, so I wanted to draw something that played around that theme of weariness. I imagined this scene as the moment before The Doctor decides to push whatever “button” it was needed to end The Time War.
After finding out about the “Time Lock”, the key to end the war, he hops on the TARDIS and lands on a desolate, dry planet. The planet is stuck orbiting between a red, giant dying star (right), and a small, young star (left). Here, he sits down to contemplate, with some resgination, on his options…

Birth and Rebirth.

I haven’t seen much of the 8th doctor beyond the movie, but I really like that weary aesthetic he has during The Time War, so I wanted to draw something that played around that theme of weariness. I imagined this scene as the moment before The Doctor decides to push whatever “button” it was needed to end The Time War.

After finding out about the “Time Lock”, the key to end the war, he hops on the TARDIS and lands on a desolate, dry planet. The planet is stuck orbiting between a red, giant dying star (right), and a small, young star (left). Here, he sits down to contemplate, with some resgination, on his options…



(full-size) (b & w)

Man does not live by bread alone.

Man, I loved Hannibal. NBC finally struck gold with that comedy. Like, Cannibalism??? psychological trauma? DEATH BY FUNGUS??? hilarious stuff. They couldn’t have chosen a better show to pair with Parks and Recreation.

(full-size) (b & w)

Man does not live by bread alone.

Man, I loved Hannibal. NBC finally struck gold with that comedy. Like, Cannibalism??? psychological trauma? DEATH BY FUNGUS??? hilarious stuff. They couldn’t have chosen a better show to pair with Parks and Recreation.