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Poking my head out of the cave for a moment; that was the end of two years of dA membership. Ah, well.

And I'll be back briefly on Wednesday with a major announcement. Cheers!
BACK ON DOCTOR WHO by onegemini
"Doctor Who Covers - Titan Comics", October, 2014. Both are pencil on 11"x17" BlueLinePro comic board, digital inks in Manga Studio EX 4, and colors in Photoshop CC.

Hey. I've been gone for a while. Hasn't been a great year.

But I'm still working.

While IDW no longer holds the rights to the Doctor Who comic license, it has been picked up by Titan Comics, and Titan has picked me up.

I am not doing the interiors on these two books, but I have done the two primary covers.


For more info, check out this link to my FB page -->…

Check them out when they come out in February 2015.

Okay. I'm going back to silent. Thanks for looking.
What Dreams May Come by onegemini
What Dreams May Come
"What Dreams May Come" December-January, 2000 - 2001. Acrylic and colored pencil on 30"x15" illustration board.

I'm probably one of the only people I know (other than my wife) that enjoyed the work and films of Robin Williams that many might have loathed.

And I also enjoyed the work of his that many loved.

And of course the laughter.

Thank you, Mr. Williams. My condolences and peace to your family. And hopefully, on whatever level, peace to you, Robin.

No more new jokes may be told, amusing stories not to be shared, but the ones that have been breathed into the air, caused laughter in many, and that sound shall echo on forever.

Original message: While I was a fan of both the book and movie, this image is directly based on scenes from the film. It's also one of the largest paintings I've ever done. The original was given to a friend for a Christmas present - which I now really regret, because I've come to discover she's an ultra-right-wing-xenophobic-classist-bitch. No wonder she was never that fond of me. I'm a bit brown. And poor.


Blair D. Shedd
Artist | Professional | Varied
United States
Blair D. Shedd was educated at The Kubert School, where he studied under such sequential art and illustration luminaries as Hy Eisman, Irwin Hasen, Alec Stevens, and of course, Joe Kubert.

Shortly after graduating in 1999, Blair went on to form oneGemini Studios. He now works as a freelance illustrator and writer. Blair's artwork has appeared in numerous publications and sites across the web, and can be found in many private collections across the globe.

Blair has illustrated arcs and stories in DOCTOR WHO, GHOSTBUSTERS, and LEGENDS OF OZ for IDW Publishing, and ZOMBIE BOMB!: DARK DAZE for Terminal Press. He's also illustrated covers and pinups for THE GUILD for Dark Horse Comics, AFTERBURN for Red 5 Comics, and THE DEATHLINGS for Black Label Comics.

He is currently working on his first creator-owned project, THE RAPTOR.

Blair resides in northern New England with his wife, three kids, and a few oft-annoying pets.

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louisesaunders Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2014  Professional General Artist
hey man - Ta for the fave :)
stelleo Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you so so so much for the watch! I love your Doctor Who art!
onegemini Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2014  Professional General Artist
NP :)
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