Drawing100 – 46. Family

After more than 2 months of hibernation, and procrastination, and dealing with life’s many struggles (read: laziness), I am back and pushing it hard to continue with the Draw100 challenge.

And what a topic to come back with. Family. And representing this topic are our very familiar Ponds / Williams – Rory, Amy, the Doctor and River.

Family - Doctor, Amy, Rory, River

Hope you like it, and please leave your encouraging comments below. They help a lot. I am not sure if I can do these on a daily basis, but I will try to get done with the challenge before Christmas. Let’s see how the second innings turns out to be.

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

Drawing100 – 44. Two Roads

Topic of the day: Two Roads.

Movie: The Matrix.

Character: Morpheus.

You take the blue pill – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill – you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.

Two Roads - Morpheus Sketch

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

Drawing100 – 43. Dying

Almost nearing 50 now. And still going strong. Go me. Today’s topic is not a very happy one – Dying. When is dying ever happy. Well, in the movies, it’s got to be when the baddie dies.

And here’s one of those iconic death scenes, that ends with a Kaboom. Ladies and gentlemen, presenting, the slimy, and the very green – Predator.

Dying - Predator Sketch

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

Drawing100 – 24. No Time

Since I have just got back to work, things have been a bit too busy. Hence, it is quite ironic that for today’s topic “No Time“, I had no time to colour the thing. Although, I do quite like it being just black and white.

No Time - Fifth Element

For those unfortunate ones who don’t get the reference, this is from the opening scene of one of my most favourite films ever – Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element. This is a conversation scene between the priest and a member of the great extraterrestrial race of Mondoshawan.

Priest: (As the doors start closing) Please hurry up, there is no time.

Mondoshawan: Time is not important, life is. 

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