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eyrza:

There are few things I enjoy drawing more than Clara Oswald’s face.
Based on this reference: X

eyrza:

There are few things I enjoy drawing more than Clara Oswald’s face.

Based on this reference: X

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#oh pretty#doctor who#art

#it's not even sad and I'm crying#comics

#SO COOL#body art#in a way#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

burntlikethesun:

-I’d rather have a water. 
-You are going to love this. One, two, three! 
-Ah! It’s lovely! 

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#this is so cute#and I love how it shows that travelling sometimes is just 'oh hey let's go to this planet that is a giant market and try random things#and not omg end of the world the doctor needs to save everyone!!1!#just#enjoying#exploring#loving not knowing and finding out new things#granted there's great speeches and some good stuff in the last few series#but almost nothing of this#I don't really feel that Eleven's childishness counts as much#Doctor Who#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

#ah yeah having only seen stills and gifs I wasn't sure if the lady in this episode was missy or not#apparently not#I mean as far as Moffat's powerful women go#geesh#Doctor Who#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

mizgnomer:

School Reunion - Behind the Scenes

Below are excerpts from Benjamin Cook’s article in DWM #369

    “THWACK!” is the sound that K9 makes as he collides with a kitchen unit.
    “Hoo-hoo, yessssss!” is the sound that David Tennant makes as he watches K9 collide with a kitchen unit.  He’s the Doctor, so he really should know better.
    “Cut!” is the sound that the director, James Hawes, makes before breaking into a fit of giggles.  “Sorry folks, he’s done it again.”
    “I’m laughing through my tears,” admits Elisabeth, as the cast and crew all collapse in hysterics - except, perhaps, for the producer, Phil Collinson, who has a schedule to keep.  No, wait, Phil is laughing too.
    “Did you catch that, Doctor Who Magazine?” hollers James.
    “If I was a bit smaller,” chuckles David, pointing at K9 (who’d probably be very embarrassed were he a real dog), “I’d get inside him and do this scene myself!”

[Elisabeth on working with David and Billie]
    “David’s a lovely hugger.  He’s very tactile with everyone.  I knew that he had been a fan of Doctor Who when he was a little boy, so that was lovely.  That actually made it a lot sweeter.  And I’m so pleased for Billie, because, as the assistant, you were always totally overshadowed; at last, someone realizes the importance of the assistant.  Billie is very warm, very immediate.”
    “The energy that Billie and David have is remarkable.  I saw David in the gym the other day: he was almost turning summersaults on the ropes.  He’s very fit.  He runs like a bloody bat out of hell.”

The rest of my behind-the-scenes photosets are available here

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#nope not thinking about David in the gym#nooooope#it's all fluffy and rainbows and DW reunions#totally#Doctor Who#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

thebrokenheartedthatstillsing:

maxkirin:

"This sentence has five words. Here are five more words. Five-word sentences are fine. But several together become monotonous. Listen to what is happening. The writing is getting boring. The sound of it drones. It’s like a stuck record. The ear demands some variety. Now listen. I vary the sentence length, and I create music. Music. The writing sings. It has a pleasant rhythm, a lilt, a harmony. I use short sentences. And I use sentences of medium length. And sometimes, when I am certain the reader is rested, I will engage him with a sentence of considerable length, a sentence that burns with energy and builds with all the impetus of a crescendo, the roll of the drums, the crash of the cymbals—sounds that say listen to this, it is important.” - Gary Provost

Reading this was so satisfying woah

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#lanauge is cool#words words words#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

tamorapierce:

sapphire1707:

Autumn Shadows | by DavidSoldano | http://ift.tt/1ywZFZq

It’s the light.  You could be anywhere and the golden light would tell you what time of year it is, the light that makes possible the opening of the gates between the worlds.

tamorapierce:

sapphire1707:

Autumn Shadows | by DavidSoldano | http://ift.tt/1ywZFZq

It’s the light.  You could be anywhere and the golden light would tell you what time of year it is, the light that makes possible the opening of the gates between the worlds.

#myaaaaaaaaaah#I want to rub this picture all over my face#and then hang up a huge print on the wall#you can see the crispness of the air#photography#nature