Martha in #22, requested by waltzing-with-my-inner-geek
Pronounced "ska-lya." A little curated space for my interests. Currently 90% reblogs and 10% pointless text posts; fannish content includes Spider-Man (616), Doctor Who (new, bit of Big Finish/EDAs/classic), and various other things.
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Imagining Charley Pollard’s ‘adventuress’ look…
(I have only listened to her first two audios and I don’t know much about her but I imagine someone who styles herself an ‘adventuress’ must try to look the part^^)
Ramsay the Vortisaur, Eight and Charley, drawn and colored in the train today.
For some reason, I picture Charley with slightly steampunk clothes in most of the audios. Don’t exactly know why. They are looking at the Cimmerian system from Embrace the Darkness, by the way.
I have only received two prompts for the 300 followers celebration, I’ll try to draw them tomorrow.
“He was there for the good of the planet, for the good of humanity. It wasn’t about himself. It became about something bigger and — I’ve hit on it again — that’s what makes the companions brilliant. They realize they’re there for a bigger purpose.”
— John Barrowman | Doctor Who: The Companions
Martha Jones + character traits
Magnaminous: generous in forgiving an insult or injury; free from petty resentfulness or vindictiveness.
(Also see: her relationships with her family and the Doctor to at least some extent.)
did I mention that at Sylvester McCoy’s panel he described Paul McGann as “that unfortunate-looking young man from Liverpool?” Because I feel that’s important information.
See also his thoughts on casting a woman as the Doctor: “If the Doctor can change from looking like Colin Baker to looking like me and change yet again so he looks like the not-as-handsome Paul McGann, then turning into a woman doesn’t seem much stranger. It’d be interesting and they should try it.” (source)