Alejandra Gamgeek
Minister of Silly Drawings, Silly Falls and Crisps. Wanted for blasphemy on twelve systems.

 

Thank you, Doctor! But our princess is in another castle!
(Did I ever post this here? Found it going back in my Deviantart gallery)

Thank you, Doctor! But our princess is in another castle!

(Did I ever post this here? Found it going back in my Deviantart gallery)

I give you my two favourite whovians today, Two and Seven.

Day of the Doctor was perfect.

The Ninth Doctor in Dinosaurs on a Desk

I did something else for Celebrate Regenerate. Remember? The 50th Doctor Who anniversary celebratory book I did the cover for.
You can buy or download a free pdf copy of the book »here«.
Happy birthday, Doctor!Also, thanks to Lewis for asked me to draw stuff for his wonderful book.

I did something else for Celebrate Regenerate. Remember? The 50th Doctor Who anniversary celebratory book I did the cover for.

You can buy or download a free pdf copy of the book »here«.

Happy birthday, Doctor!

Also, thanks to Lewis for asked me to draw stuff for his wonderful book.

If we’re going to die, let’s die looking like a Peruvian folk band
(The Poncho Boys plus Tony Stark)
Everything I know about andean music, I learned from Les Luthiers. Yes, that means I don’t know a thing about andean music, and I live in the freakin’ andean region, for fuck’s sake!

If we’re going to die, let’s die looking like a Peruvian folk band

(The Poncho Boys plus Tony Stark)

Everything I know about andean music, I learned from Les Luthiers. Yes, that means I don’t know a thing about andean music, and I live in the freakin’ andean region, for fuck’s sake!

An oldie.
Back in 2010 2009 I drew a Doctor Who comic wrote by Vivli from Outpost Gallifrey/Doctor Who Forum (Today Gallifrey Base) called Spaceship TARDIS. We never finished it, but I loved drawing the six strips we get to do. It was pretty silly.
This is one of my favourite panels.

An oldie.

Back in 2010 2009 I drew a Doctor Who comic wrote by Vivli from Outpost Gallifrey/Doctor Who Forum (Today Gallifrey Base) called Spaceship TARDIS. We never finished it, but I loved drawing the six strips we get to do. It was pretty silly.


This is one of my favourite panels.