I have finally done it! I have now watched all Doctor Who episodes! It took me a little over a year (376 days actually) to watch all the classic episodes in order. Now I’m kind of sad because there’s no more episodes to watch, but it’s only less than a month till series 10!
You are so sweet. So kind, so caring. Too good to be true, like a dream. And all this is just dreaming. These adventures we’ve had, these scrapes and japes in Neverland with monsters and ray guns and magic, oh, they’ve been wonderful! Better than my wildest dreams! But you can’t hide in dreams. Everyone wakes up in the end. It’s time to stop dreaming, Doctor. Time to grow up.
I really love watching Classic Who, a lot because I love running into stuff like this that I would never have known was a direct reference to past events.
Classic Season 6, Episode 21:
The Krotons, Part 3
Season 7, Episode 9: Cold War
Three 8th Doctors on three different papers I was studying with. Sizes: first two are painted on very very small pieces of paper, third is slightly bigger than a5.
The first one is on Lana hotpress, not sure is it like or dislike. Soft texture seems to be nice, but this paper is so difficult and stressfull to work with! It requires ton of layers and it is hard to predict how colors turn out after the paint dries. It seems I need more practice (and more masochism).
The second is on Canson Moulin du Roy CP. The colors stay bright and I enjoyned painting process a lot, thIs paper seemed to be just magical to me. But there are small white dots after drying, I need to do something with white dots!
And, finally, torshon from Palazzo. I worked with this paper before, it’s quite nice, but not perfect. Suited best for fast works with not many layers.
During the First Doctor’s run, he literally had zero control over where or when the TARDIS landed. The Second Doctor seems to start to be able to get a bit more of a handle on it, though the navigation is still extremely erratic. Sexy is starting to give a little, apparently.