TARDIS| River Song – Doctor Who Fanart | Buzzfeed.com
TARDIS| RIVER SONG/THE DOCTOR FANART | BUZZFEED.COM
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Today’s “Totally Awesome, Ridiculously Doctor-like Internet Stuff” is a Doctor Who fanart created by (who else?) a fan, who had submitted this drawing onto buzzfeed. This site has a page-full of Doctor Who related fanart, which are all awesome in their own way, so I urge you all to check it out! But the following piece of art, however, stood out to me the most. Depicted below is a beautiful, yet, dismal, scene of River Song killing The Doctor in front of his TARDIS.
This pic is a gorgeous display of one of the many ways The Doctor’s death could have played out, had River decided to take a more savage approach to murdering him. It comes off as morose and, simultaneously, romantic. The work of this particular fanart looks like something reminiscent of a Tarot card, between the shades of the colors, the placement of the images, and The Victorianesque tones and details. I admire the fact that the artist included the Gallifreyan symbols on the bottom, bordering River’s name; I thought that was a nice touch! Overall, I find it to be an impressive work of art. You can also find this, among other works, here: http://www.buzzfeed.com/doctorwho/the-very-best-of-doctor-who-fan-art
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