Excuse my shoddy photography and horrid colour balancing (yay touchpads and uncooperative computers!). I just finished my Weeping Angel plushie for Reversed Polarity and Chicago TARDIS, which is paired with my Sally Sparrow cosplay!
Here are some quick shots of her before I fall over with exhaustion for having blitzed her for tomorrow’s premiere. She has velcro hands/eyes so she can weep and claw in two poses!
more pictures from reversed polarity this time w/ some of my fav cosplayers
theres a cute four and six (with hand curled hair!!!), me backstage at the masquerade preparing to go on stage to take part in a skit for the dr who society of canada (and super nervous), me and my friend as two, five and nyssa living for the applause, our group shot after the masquerade, me and a nine cosplayer that looked so much like chris eccleston i almost died
[ooc.] When your muse has been completely offline and you thought they died omg and they finally come back online after literal days of keyboard punching but then everything clicks and they’re as good as they ever were and they’re starting to plot and scheme and generate a hundred ideas again like they never left…
Reversed Polarity was wicked fun! I had a lot of people stop me regarding my Weeping Angel plushie, which thankfully I had my business cards to pass along, hehe. I only had one guy recognize my costume, which was fine, I guess, as the Angel pretty much stole the show!
I was geeking out too hard to get much out to Peter, but I did give him my art/buttons with art of his Doctor on them, which he seemed to appreciate! ;3; I wonder if he’ll recognize me at the end of the month when I approach him again at Chicago TARDIS!
Some more watercolor tests to see if I can capture some of the comic’s darker moments accurately with this medium. I’ll probably transition to this style for the rest of the comic after a little more practice.