A Dream Come True
[TARDIS artwork by Peter Capaldi; fan edit by WriteDragon]
"Being Being asked to play ‘The Doctor’ is an amazing privilege. Like the Doctor himself I find myself in a state of utter terror and delight. I can’t wait to get started.” - Peter Capaldi
Illustrated TARDIS Interior, collection of the Luna University Archives.
Curator’s Notes: Illustrated Medieval Manuscript, c. 1419, found in the undercrypt of a ruined monastery, Isle of Man. The illustration clearly shows that the TARDIS is bigger on the inside.
[Text and illustrations by WriteDragon, Curator of the Luna University Archives]
Cybermanuscript, collection of the Luna University Archives.
Curator’s notes: Medieval manuscript illustration, c. 1487, depicts cybermen attempting to invade Earth. It appears that the Doctor has caused an epic snowstorm to slow them down.
[Text and illustrations by WriteDragon, Curator of the Luna University Archives.]
The Third Doctor, Jo Grant, and Bessie by WriteDragon. Hand-painted digital artwork in the style of J. C. Leyendecker. No filters were used in the creation of this artwork.
Luna University Archives: Illustrated page from a Medieval manuscript, on loan from the Great Library at Hogwarts.
Curator’s Notes: This beautiful manuscript was reportedly donated to the the Hogwarts Library by Merlin himself, though accounts differ. Some believe it was first discovered by an archeologist near Lake Vortigern and later held in the Undergallery of the British Museum—from which it mysteriously vanished—only to later reappear just as mysteriously at Hogwarts.
Merry Whomas to all my lovely followers!
Days Like Crazy Paving
"Think about me when you’re living your life, one day after another, all in a neat pattern. Think of the homeless traveler and his old police box with his days like crazy paving."
(Quote from The Seventh Doctor, Dragonfire.)
Luna University Archives: The Doctor Paints The Impossible Girl
Curator’s Notes: Exquisitely illustrated medieval Earth manuscript depicting The Doctor painting one of his more mysterious Companions. The Latin inscription translates roughly to “Public call box. Pull to open.”
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