Art: Doctor/Master

  • Jan. 16th, 2011 at 6:22 PM
teyla: Ten hugging Simm!Master, Simm!Master looking disgusted. ([dw] doctor/master BFFs)
I totally forgot about this.

Last Christmas--that is, Christmas 2009--[livejournal.com profile] mind_the_tardis came over to visit me. Being the good girlfriend that I am, I gave her a Christmas present. It was a drawing of our two role play muses, human!Ten and human!Master, whose backstories we were developing at the time--and whom we kept using as an excuse to spend hours and hours on end chatting on AIM.

When I was in the US over Christmas this year, I saw the drawing hanging on Jasper's wall and realized that I never shared it on my journal. So I asked her to scan it for me.

Behold, role play fanart. )

If you want to know more about those muses, ask! I love talking about them. :3 Or you can check out [livejournal.com profile] dreamtofbeing and [livejournal.com profile] dntfretprecious, the muse journals.

. . . and now I will go write my essay. Promise.

Random Things

  • Aug. 29th, 2009 at 3:21 AM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. ([actor] roth looking up)
I doodled human!Ten sleeping on his couch. If you want to see, go here.

I was talking to [livejournal.com profile] tli about soundtracks earlier, which reminded me of the PotC soundtrack. I went to find it, and it's playing now. Man, I love that soundtrack. So beautifully cheesy. <3 Pirates is still such a brilliant movie. The first. I don't mind the 2nd and the 3rd, but they're not as--pure, is probably the word I'm looking for. Not as pure as the first one. They feel more deliberate. The first one is just unadulterated awesomesauce.

Speaking of music, if you like Eric Clapton, go watch this YouTube video--or watch the embedded ) version. It's a live recording of I Shot The Sheriff, with a brilliant guitar solo. No matter where my taste in music goes, I don't think I'll ever dislike Clapton. He's kind of a genius.

I picked up my American $$$ today, and went into uni to print a giant stack of confirmation emails. Short of packing, I'm all ready to leave. Is it can be Monday now?

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John Simm

  • Jun. 10th, 2009 at 1:05 AM
teyla: Ten hugging Simm!Master, Simm!Master looking disgusted. ([dw] doctor/master BFFs)
I drew John Simm. I started this drawing ages ago. The other day I was going through my doodles folder and found it and decided to finish. So... have a John Simm.

Drawn with pencil. )

And I know I still owe people layouts and fic. I haven't forgotten about that. Working on it! Well, working on some of it. Sorry this is taking so long.

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Drawing

  • Mar. 8th, 2009 at 2:38 AM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. ([actor] tim roth squint)
For a change, I drew someone that is not David Tennant.

He's not even pretty. Have some Tim Roth. )

Now I have charcoal all over my fingers. .__. Damn you, Roth.

Randomosity

  • Feb. 23rd, 2009 at 6:54 AM
teyla: Seven in a corner shop, hugging groceries and pouting. ([dw] seventh doctor)
I've not been talking to my LJ a lot. I'm not sure why this is, probably because there's not a lot to talk about. I've been so bored lately, omg. D: If this were an actual vacation, I could just do my normal vacation-y schedule, but it's not. It's two days of uni per week, which means I have to have a normal-person schedule Tuesdays and Thursdays, and that just sucks.

I still went and thoroughly fucked up my sleep cycle. I've been sleeping ridiculously much lately; going to bed around 5 and getting up around 3. That's ten hours per night; that's just ridiculous. I was going to fix this by not sleeping tonight and hopefully being tired enough to go to bed around 12 Monday night, but I have a headache that won't go away, and I think it needs sleep. So that plan went out the window.

Ain't this exciting, lol, you all wanted to hear this, I'm sure.

[livejournal.com profile] euclase posted some hilarious Jupiter/Saturn snippets, and I drew a silly sketch for #4.

I have a new idea for TARDIS big bang, which involves Donna and the Doctor and the Chameleon Arch and has a happy ending, but the way I know me, I will talk and talk and end up not writing it anyway.

I've been thinking about what I'm really good at. There are a couple of things I can do moderately well, but what I'm really good at is spotting things that are wrong and finding ways of fixing them. No matter what it is I'm looking at, I can usually tell you what's wrong/what could be improved. It's a useful talent to have; sadly, it doesn't extend to including the ability of actually being able to fix what I can see is wrong. But if I actually want to be a television producer, I think this is a good skill to have. Being able to easily point out what's wrong is useful when you're in charge of keeping things running smoothly.

What is it you're really good at?

Doodeedoo, got bored.

  • Feb. 10th, 2009 at 3:15 AM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. ([dw] vegetable)
So I drew Ten.

What? I don't always draw Ten when I get bored. >_>

For the first Ten, I used my good pencil, which is why he's got a pretty outline and all. (Ignore the random seal of Rassilon in the corner. I didn't draw that with my good pencil, which you can tell by the fugliness.)

Who can tell me which episode the reference screencap was from? )

Then, my good pencil broke. Yes, I've got a pencil sharpener, but the pencil was tiny already, and when I sharpened it more, it got even tinier, and I'm too much of a clutz to draw with a pencil that tiny. So for the second Ten, I used the useless pencil, and I didn't use a reference (as long as you don't count the first drawing). That's why he's all scribbly and scrawny and doodle-y. When I'd drawn his face, I thought he didn't look like my Ten, so I dressed him up in a jumper and a leather jacket. And drew him a fobwatch.

Another Ten. )

What's the morale?

1) I should buy more pencils.

2) I should draw less Tens and go to bed earlier instead. Class at nine! Sigh.

The Doctor needs to stop moping.

  • Dec. 10th, 2008 at 4:45 AM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. ([dw] cosmic angst)
No seriously. He really needs to stop moping.

The Master is getting annoyed with him. )

They're just doodles, but I'm kinda smug about the Master, because he sort of looks a little like himself, and it's the first time I actually managed to make John Simm look like John Simm. Man of the weird face and fairy eyes.

Peter Carlisle

  • Aug. 5th, 2008 at 2:24 AM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. ([otf] peter carlisle)
I drew David again. As Peter Carlisle, emo edition. ;D I don't really like it, but I found that if you scan it really huge and look at parts of the drawing instead of at the whole thing, they look pretty cool. So, small picture under the cut will take you to enormous scan, lol.

Why so emo, Peter? )

David Tennant is pretty

  • Jun. 30th, 2008 at 4:21 AM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. (david tennant)
Lol, I drew David.

Well, not really. I was doodling, and then I was browsing the image gallery on David's site, and then I started doodling with a little more purpose and direction. It's on lined paper /o\. But who said that you guys only get to see the pretty drawings? Lol.

David Doodle. )

Hatbox!

  • Apr. 7th, 2008 at 9:31 PM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. (Partners in Crime)
She had a hatbox. You know this had to happen.

For the full background story, read this entry at [livejournal.com profile] kiwi_from_hell's journal. Especially the third-to-last paragraph.

(I hope linking was okay?)

You've got a... hatbox. )

Art: Krycek

  • Mar. 15th, 2008 at 3:07 PM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. (CSM)
This is for [livejournal.com profile] inlaterdays.

Alex Krycek )

Art: Sam Tyler

  • Mar. 13th, 2008 at 5:06 AM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. (oh shit)
I drew Sam Tyler in his pretty 70ies leather jacket.

It's really pretty. )

I think I need to get myself a more neutral LoM icon, lol.

Silly Art

  • Dec. 29th, 2007 at 5:47 AM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. (ten - hee)
Haha, so this is what I get up to at six in the morning instead of being in bed.

After the Xmas Special I posted a ficlet in which the TARDIS is not happy with the Doctor. And ever since I've written it, I can't get this comic-like image of the TARDIS looking disapprovingly at the Doctor out of my head. So here it is. All blue and pencil, because that's the two colors I had at my disposal.

Click for silliness )

It's art!

  • Dec. 21st, 2007 at 3:02 AM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. (Default)
So Licia posted this extremely cool art WIP of Barbossa from PotC recently. She is drawing it to give it to her dad for Christmas.

Well, I was still lacking a present for my mom, and so I shamelessly stole Licia's idea and drew Captain Jack Sparrow. My mom doesn't particularly like him, but she loves handmade gifts, and I've always wanted to draw him anyway. Hope you don't mind, Licia! :)

I never realized Jack had so much STUFF on his costume! )

Moar art

  • Nov. 12th, 2007 at 11:50 PM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. (Default)
So I tried this tracing thing a couple of people talked about in my last art post and tried again.

Pencil-Ten under the cut )

Concrit, hatemail and praise all welcome! ;) Thanks for taking a look!

Art Post

  • Nov. 9th, 2007 at 11:49 PM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. (sonic!)
I drew David Tennant as Ten.

I don't know how well I did, though. I can never really tell with drawings until after a couple of weeks, lol. Take a look and tell me? ;)

Sure )
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. (physics)
It's my mom's birthday tomorrow, and due to the fact that the ATM machine ate my card, I couldn't buy anything for her. So I made her a birthday card using a paper cutting-and-folding technique that I worked with a lot when I was a kid. It's a 3D-effect thing, and I remember being completely fascinated by it. I still think it's kind of cool.

I took pictures - they're not by far as shiny as the pictures in the book that I have, but since I don't have a scanner, these will have to do.

Click to see )

And secondly, I have more random neurophysiology to share. Do you guys know the fainting goats video?

ETA: You guyz, you guyz, I got it all wrong! Lol. [livejournal.com profile] beandelphiki asked me about something that I didn't know, and so I asked my dad about this, and apparently, the lecture guy got it all wrong! Idiot. Anyway, I edited the entry :).

Click here for fainting goats and neurophysiology )

She just can't help herself, can she *gg*

  • Jul. 19th, 2007 at 3:09 AM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. (Default)
I did it again! I drew something... ;P

I actually drew this a few days ago and put it aside because I didn't like the way it had turned out. I found it today and thought that it wasn't all bad. No community quality, but something to share on my personal journal ;). You guyz on my f-list are used to me spamming all the time with less content-y posts, right? *gg*

And I desperately want a scanner. ETA: scanned now!

Colorful Pencil House - here he be )

Meme and something resembling... fanart?

  • Jun. 30th, 2007 at 12:47 AM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. (Default)
[livejournal.com profile] housepiglet tagged me for the book meme.

1. Grab the nearest book.
2. Open the book to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the next 4-7 sentences on your LJ along with these instructions.
5. Don't you dare dig for that "cool" or "intellectual" book in your closet! I know you were thinking about it! Just pick up whatever is closest (unless it's too troublesome to reach and is really heavy. Then go back to step 1).
6. Tag five people. If you feel like playing along, please consider yourself tagged by me ^^.

Okay, nearest book was a German one. Psychology for Medical Students. Crappy translation is all mine.

Those [people] might like to have and care about social contacts instead and prioritize experiencing community and friendship.
In the process of categorizing motives in primary and secondary ones, some of those motives will be examined more closely.

Incentives
In terms of the situation, there are conditions which may or may not be useful to reach said goals.
[Translator's Note: out of context, this sentence didn't make any sense in German, either ^^.] If a situation occurrs that offers an opportunity to reach a personal goal, this situation stirs the motive and is labeled an incentive.

And I drew House with a oily chalky thing that I found in a box under my shelf. He didn't turn out very well. If you want to see him anyway, plz to be clicking on the small picture below.

... drawing?

  • Jun. 18th, 2007 at 3:26 AM
teyla: Mary Morstan from Sherlock giving a thumbs-up. (HW cuddles)
Now that I figured out my vidding problem and worked out the medicine in my WIP... I drew a picture. Yes, I know. I'm working on this problem. I'm getting treatment and everything ^^.

Anywayz. This time I didn't simply draw House or Wilson, but I drew both, in a position you wouldn't find them in on the show (nothing overly porny or kinky, just a - very chaste - kiss). Well, that meant I didn't have any caps I could use as a model. I used a few reference pictures. No idea if this is in any way useful - I honestly can't say whether I like it or not. You decide :).

I apologize, again, for the crappy quality. Still no scanner.
ETA 6/21: I have now scanned it! Looks way prettier *gg*.

Click to see )

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