When The Wolves Were Running

Man who still thinks he's a boy who should know better.
pauljhanley:

Companion sketch #4: hard-drinking archaeologist Bernice Summerfield (and Wolsey) 

pauljhanley:

Companion sketch #4: hard-drinking archaeologist Bernice Summerfield (and Wolsey) 

pauljhanley:

Companion sketch #13: Fitzgerald “Fitz” Kreiner, long-running literary sidekick of the 8th Doctor. There isn’t a definitive established look for Fitz, and only two decent semi-official pics (which don’t match)- a Lee Sullivan illustration in DWM #272 and the cover of the Big Finish audio “The Company of Friends”.  I did my best to make a compromise of the two looks (basing the face on Matt Di Angelo, who played him on audio). My buddy Stephen Graves also suggested adding a Hamburg Beatles vibe- which fits nicely for his early 60s origins.
I realize this take will probably clash with some people’s mental image of him (there’s plenty of cool fan art out there that’s very different from this).  Please understand that by using Big Finish and DWM as references I’m not trying to endorse those as the final word on what he looks like- they’re just the most universally recognizable depictions- and this is eventually going to be part of a massive group shot, so he needs to be easily identifiable. :)
 

pauljhanley:

Companion sketch #13: Fitzgerald “Fitz” Kreiner, long-running literary sidekick of the 8th Doctor. 

There isn’t a definitive established look for Fitz, and only two decent semi-official pics (which don’t match)- a Lee Sullivan illustration in DWM #272 and the cover of the Big Finish audio “The Company of Friends”.  I did my best to make a compromise of the two looks (basing the face on Matt Di Angelo, who played him on audio). My buddy Stephen Graves also suggested adding a Hamburg Beatles vibe- which fits nicely for his early 60s origins.

I realize this take will probably clash with some people’s mental image of him (there’s plenty of cool fan art out there that’s very different from this).  Please understand that by using Big Finish and DWM as references I’m not trying to endorse those as the final word on what he looks like- they’re just the most universally recognizable depictions- and this is eventually going to be part of a massive group shot, so he needs to be easily identifiable. :)

 

pauljhanley:

Companion sketch #9: mashing up two eras of the Doctor Magazine comic strip with Fey Truscott-Sade and Majenta Pryce.  These are the first two in the companion sketch series to have no actor attached, so for fun I “cast” them as Jaime Murray and Naomi Watts (though the latter’s pretty unrecognizable “under the makeup”).

pauljhanley:

Companion sketch #9: mashing up two eras of the Doctor Magazine comic strip with Fey Truscott-Sade and Majenta Pryce.  These are the first two in the companion sketch series to have no actor attached, so for fun I “cast” them as Jaime Murray and Naomi Watts (though the latter’s pretty unrecognizable “under the makeup”).

pauljhanley:

Companion sketch #20: 30th Century Earth “Ajudicators” Chris Cwej and Roz Forrester.

pauljhanley:

Companion sketch #20: 30th Century Earth “Ajudicators” Chris Cwej and Roz Forrester.

statsministernyborg:

Sidse Babett Knudsen at a gala dinner at the French embassy in Copenhaguen on February 5th 2014 (x)

statsministernyborg:

Sidse Babett Knudsen at a gala dinner at the French embassy in Copenhaguen on February 5th 2014 (x)

happygoldfish:

Ladies day out! (with bonus version)

Made by our wonderful master of gifs and photoshop vierbryn

for the tfg! Lol, the bonus version though, oh my…sneaky sneaky…

80s-90s-stuff:

80s Masters of the Universe toy box art for Hordak’s “Fright Zone”

80s-90s-stuff:

80s Masters of the Universe toy box art for Hordak’s “Fright Zone”

javatronusarts:

Megatron and a few of his seekers.

Seekers, being mainly clones, it’s near impossible to collect all variants. We actually have a few more than we had when we took these pictures so expect an update soon:)

(via thetransformers)