Drawing100 – 13. Misfortune

Day 13: Today’s topic is Misfortune. And I almost had a sketch of a guy in a red Trek suit. But being a big IT Crowd fan, I went for the following scene. I tried to reduce the hard work by just keeping the “camera” on Moz, and totally ignore the bomb squad.

Also, I was a bit lazy with today’s drawing. No colours. Just a very quick sketch.

Misfortune - IT Crowd

I hope you like the comic strip kinda look on today’s sketch. If you’re confused about what the heck is happening, go watch The IT Crowd. If you think The Big Bang Theory is geeky and funny in a nerdy way, wait until you watch The IT Crowd, and be very prepared to laugh until it hurts.

This drawing is a part of the Draw100 challenge. For the entire list, check out the Drawing 100 Challenge page.

Doctor Who Series 7: Bells of Saint John [Thoughts And Spoilers]

Doctor Who - Bells of Saint John

It has been a long wait for my favourite Saturday evening entertainment. The mad man and his blue box returned to our TV screens along with the girl who is being introduced twice already. Clara Oswin Oswald (Jenna Louise Coleman) and the Doctor’s (Matt Smith) third outing together takes us on a roller coaster ride which spans across centuries – from 1207 AD to present day London featuring the Shard. The Bells of Saint John offered a whole bundle of entertainment and was a befitting series opener. Here are my assorted thoughts on the episode. Spoilers galore after the jump.


Black Mirror Series 2 Episode 2 – White Bear [TV Review]

Black Mirror - Charlie Brooker

Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror has gained notoriety in presenting a bleak picture of our present and current surroundings, extrapolated to a view of a not-so-distant future. Series 2’s second episode “White Bear” poses quite a lot of questions, that not necessarily come with answers. It left me confused, and also worried about the human civilization. Brooker’s warped vision of our over-dependence on technology resonates through all of the previous episodes. But White Bear isn’t just that. Here are my thoughts on it.



Black Mirror Series 2 Episode 1 – Be Right Back [TV Review]

Black Mirror - Charlie Brooker

Charlie Brooker’s cynical and bleak reflection on the modern world and its many trappings returns in the form of Series 2 of Black Mirror. The three episodes of Series 1 swept across all genres – tech commentary, dystopian societies, human drama, futuristic romance, and even social networks. It left me asking for more. And with the opening episode of series 2, I can safely say, that we are in for a ride.

WARNING: This review has spoilers.