rachelbeee:

"Sometimes, I think of thesun and the moon as loverswho rarely meet, always chase,and almost always miss oneanother. But once in a while,they do catch up, and theykiss, and the whole world stares inawe of their eclipse.”
-Anonymous 
Digitally painted on Photoshop Cs6
ohmygosh this took way too long

rachelbeee:

"Sometimes, I think of the
sun and the moon as lovers
who rarely meet, always chase,
and almost always miss one
another. But once in a while,
they do catch up, and they
kiss, and the whole world stares in
awe of their eclipse.”

-Anonymous 

Digitally painted on Photoshop Cs6

ohmygosh this took way too long

storymancer:

The finished Pandorica piece! The last one I’m prepping for Twin Tiers Comic Con, I’m about to open a commissions list for those interested. 

storymancer:

The finished Pandorica piece! The last one I’m prepping for Twin Tiers Comic Con, I’m about to open a commissions list for those interested. 

likeabookonashelf:

"If you’re still entertaining the idea that you’re an exception to this rule, ask yourself one question. What is his name?"

requested by riveralwaysknew

(Source: melodypond)

merlinmonkey16:

One relationship that I never see enough love for is the relationship between River and Rory. I’m a sucker for father-daughter relationships, and their relationship never ceases to satisfy me. Allow me to tell you why I love them as much as I do.

Firstly, Rory and Baby…

abandonedography:

Dead End, Keith Alexander

abandonedography:

Dead End, Keith Alexander

Their father’s dead… my husband — is dead. And they don’t know yet because if I tell them now then Christmas will always be what took their father away from them, and no one should have to live like that.

aflawedfashion:

River really, truly scared him when she told him, with with no restraint, just how dark the path he was headed down was - so much that he attempts to entirely change the course of his life by letting the universe think he’s dead and eventually erasing his name from their records when that turned out not to be enough.

But he can’t just stop being the Doctor with everything that name means just by letting the universe think he’s dead. When he thinks he’s won and gotten it all figured out, he is so happy. He’s going to go have adventures, fill River’s nights, and put being the Doctor as a frightening legend behind him (he wasn’t even initially planning to tell Amy and Rory that he wasn’t dead), but when he’s in the Dalek Asylum and Oswin says to him that the Daleks grow stronger in fear of him, it crushes him as she says, word for word, what River said the day he knew for sure he had to do something about himself (the day he failed the people who mattered most to him). It’s harder than he thought to stop.

He is still on that dark path he wishes he wasn’t on. He is always the Doctor - the legend, the hero, the villain - but he continues trying not to be someone the universe fears. He starts erasing the records of the things he’s done, creating a world where River gets pardoned and is free because the man she killed doesn’t exist - a world where River’s name won’t scare the Daleks anymore simply for having murdered their seemingly indestructible enemy. He wants to live in a world where his name alone isn’t so big that people act in fear of him.