For a friend.
Always the best presents.
Baby Meripunzel friendship? (They were such cute little ones.)
how can i say no
this seems to be everyone’s favorite so I thought you should have a version that wasn’t crudely drawn with a mouse! Enjoy!
Anything that makes me laugh aloud needs reblogging! This is great.
“ The Mermaid and the Dragon ” by“ The Mermaid and the Dragon ” by Warwick Goble
Okay this one’s just3h’s fault, guys. stop. encouraging me
more lilo and stitch references awwwyeeaahhhh
Dream pet. I want one.
Drawing men ! Here’s “Hermès”
…his mates soon…
Ooooh. So dapper.
034 The Macra Terror by Ian Stuart Black
Illustrated by desilluist
Season 4, Story 7:
The TARDIS lands in the most peaceful human colony so far, a place that appears to be more of a holiday camp than a settlement. However, sinister propaganda is controlling the inhabitants, making them mine for a lethal gas.
The gas however is essentially to the survival of monstrous crab-like creatures known as the Macra. When Ben too falls under the Macra’s influence, it is up to the Doctor to destroy the mining equipment and starve the Macra.
STORY FACTS ~
- All of this story is MISSING.
- It features the Second Doctor and companions Polly Wright, Ben Jackson and Jamie McCrimmon.
- This is the first story in which the Doctor’s face appears in the title sequence.
- This story marks the first appearance of the Macra, who wouldn’t return until forty years later in the Tenth Doctor’s story Gridlock. These Macra are far more intelligent (and smaller) than they are in that story.
- Some of the only clips that survive are, ironically, scenes which were originally cut out before broadcast for being too violent.
- The Macra have the longest time span between appearances of any Doctor Who monster.
- Working titles include The Spidermen, The Insect-Men and The Macras.
It was a pleasure and a blast to work on this project, re-imagining a Classic Who tale. I wanted to give a salute to the classical horror themes that composed the (lost) episode, so I decided to create a poster design in the vein of the old monster films and play with minimal colours and shapes.
You can’t tell here, but it actually a really large image! I’ve made it available for download over at my deviantart page. So if anyone so desires they can print a Macra TERROR of their own for the wall. If you do, please favourite or reblog the piece! (Or leave a comment and tell me what you think)
Thanks 50yearsofwhovians for coordinating this awesome project.
Cositas de Mar