By request, I’ve just added a bunch of new Doctor Who products to my Society6 Shop! Throw pillows, iphone/ipad/laptop skins, tote bags and more. CLICK HERE for a promo code that will give you $5 off each item in my shop, as well as FREE worldwide shipping through March 9th!
(Please note: you cannot buy prints of my artwork through Society6! Super high-quality prints of all sizes are available in my Meadowhaven Store only, and can be signed in gold pen upon request! :) This is so I can personally ensure the quality and color-correctness of each and every one. Society6 does not allow me to turn off the print option, however, so I’ve made the Society6 print price ridiculous and added a note in the description to deter any third-party print sales. Sorry for any confusion!)
"Starlight In His Wake"
Partial lineart for a larger Gallifrey-themed painting featuring Eight and Eleven—Eight being the Doctor destroyed by the Time War and forced into becoming a warrior; Eleven being the Doctor finally absolved of that guilt. Also featuring those GORGEOUS revamped Time Lord collars from the 50th special. I’ve been dying to draw them since November. *___*
(Please donate here if you’d like to help me finish this? ^__^;;; And yes, I intentionally left out the Seal of Rassilon for reasons.)
~~CLICK HERE TO SEE ORIGINAL ARTWORK FOR SALE ~~
First sale of the new year! Original artwork—pencil sketches, cleaned linearts, shaded pieces and watercolors. Some recent, some from years ago. Pencils are on white or off-white paper, watercolors are on Strathmore cold-press watercolor paper. All pieces are unsealed/unsprayed.
Prices shown on individual pieces are for the ORIGINAL artwork—these are not prints! If you would like to claim an artwork, please contact me through e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Tumblr ask. I cannot reserve artwork longer than 3 days, so please keep that in mind if you wish me to hold something for you. Paypal/credit cards accepted, and I ship worldwide.
Thank you for looking, and please feel free to ask any questions! :)
(Note: if you are the original character owner or commissioner of any of these pieces, your price is automatically discounted by 50%!)
Faeren had to have the first painting of the new year, so I pulled up an old sketch that’s been loitering around on my harddrive since last May. It’s unfinished, but I think I’m finally done messing about with it.
Story behind it? Not much. Saw a jacket design that made me go all starry-eyed, and I suddenly wanted to paint a modern-ish Faeren to wear it. Still had to incorporate mossy patterns and butterfly wings, of course. :)
More about Faeren and the “Wars of Avenan” storyline HERE ; Meadowhaven Website
Light and Shadow
The companion paintings “Beautiful Light” and “Sentinel” shown together, as well as how Nimri and Emerrin (Morgan) interact when the images are overlaid. You may have to enlarge for details. :)
A play in contrasts and symbolism, Nimri being the light to Morgan’s shadow. His painting was solid black on white, she is solid white on black; he has ravens, she has doves; where he is harsh and looking down on a war-torn world, she is gentle and looking up in hope; he is surrounded by wilderness, she stands on her palace balcony.
You can learn more about Nimri, Morgan and "The Wars of Avenan" storyline HERE
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Guys guYS GUYS
So I couldn’t attend Chicago TARDIS this year to meet Paul McGann in person, but I sent a care package to him containing my Eighth Doctor sketches and paintings and a heartfelt letter (delivered via an awesome fellow Whovian who had a VIP pass), and and and AND— *catches breath* HE SIGNED MY "Rose With A Thorn" PRINT FOR ME!
THOSE XXs. DO YOU SEE THEM?? *________________*
PAUL MCGANN KISSES. FOR ME. I have lost the ability to can. *melts into a puddle on the floor* *for the rest of the year* *gonna be hard to art down here, but I’ll do my best*
I struggled for hours to come up with an appropriate title for this, but in the end, it seemed best to simply call it what it is: a gift for the strong, amazing, compassionate and beautiful lady I am privileged to call my Grandmother. She adores giraffes, and can see the beauty in life and nature as I see it—always finding reasons to stop and admire a beautiful view or take a dozen photographs of a sunset or a particularly striking little flower in a field off the side of the road. She always knows the right words to say to bring a smile to someone’s face, or to comfort and encourage them. She told me I was an artist back when the giraffes I drew for her were lopsided amoeba-like wobbles with stick legs and rainbow crayon-colored spots.
Of all the things I wish I could say to or about her, there is so much more that I could never put into words, so I am hoping that the artwork will say it for me. Thank you, Grandma, for everything. God has greatly blessed me to be a part of your family. <3
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