Friday Favorites No. 74

August 22, 2014

Friday Favorites No. 74 | allonsykimberly.com

Every Friday I round up some of my favorite things from around the web. Common categories include artwork, home d├ęcor, cosplay, and cats, but a few others get thrown in from time to time. Here are my favs for the week of 16 to 22 August 2014:

 

artwork

Dino DNA by Ian Glaubinger

Dino DNA by Ian Glaubinger

 

Game On by Drew Brockington

Game On by Drew Brockington

 

Steam Adventure by Samantha Bragg

Steam Adventure by Samantha Bragg

 

Women of Game of Thrones (Song of Ice and Fire) from Leann Hill Art

Women of Game of Thrones by Leann Hill

 

 

cosplay

Xena Warrior Princess Cosplay by Bernadette Bentley via Reddit

Xena Warrior Princess Cosplay by Bernadette Bentley via Reddit

 

 

home decor

Doctor Who TARDIS Tea Cup Set from Dragonfly Arts

Doctor Who TARDIS Tea Cup Set from Dragonfly Arts

 

 

product

Playstation iPad or Galaxy Tablet Case from Rabbit Rampage

Playstation iPad or Galaxy Tablet Case by Rabbit Rampage

 

 

video

Shark Cat Entertains Shark Baby!

 

 

 


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September 2014 Desktop Calendar Wallpaper (Free Download)

August 21, 2014

September 2014 Desktop Calendar Wallpaper (Free Download) | allonsykimberly.com

Are you tired of Doctor Who posts yet? I hope not because this month’s free desktop wallpaper is inspired by Doctor Who. It features a color block grid using the colors of the 4th Doctor’s scarf and has tiny TARDIS silhouettes scattered throughout. I liked this design so much that I put it up for sale in my shop. So you can get this pattern as an art print, a t-shirt, phone case, duvet cover, tote bag, pillow, etc. too. Hope you like it!

 

To download this wallpaper, choose the resolution you need for your desktop from the list below(to find out the resolution of your desktop click here). If you don’t see your resolution listed below, try choosing the closest size that’s LARGER than your resolution. It’s always better to shrink a picture down than to stretch it out to fit your screen. :)

 

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This artwork is free strictly for PERSONAL USE, not for commercial use. Please do not redistribute, claim as your own, or sell my work. You are free to share this image on your site or Pinterest as long as you credit me and link back to this post. Please respect these terms and conditions and enjoy your free wallpaper. :)



Favorite Doctor Who Episodes
(List of the Week no. 4)

August 20, 2014

List of the Week: Favorite Doctor Who Episodes | allonsykimberly.com

“List of the Week” is a weekly segment where I write about 5 (or in this case 6) things pertaining to a particular topic. The lists can cover anything from favorite characters to most embarrassing moments to weird items I keep in my desk. Feel free to take part in the list making as well! It’s a fun and easy way to get to know people around the blogosphere.

This week’s topic is favorite Doctor Who episodes. Three things are clear from this list: I really like two part episodes, I also really like epic season finales, and I seem to enjoy creepy villains. Oh, and I couldn’t narrow it down to 5 so it’s a list of 6 this week, but anyway, here are my favorite Doctor Who episodes from the 2005 rebute (in order by air date):

 

THE EMPTY CHILD/THE DOCTOR DANCES (two parters count as one episode, okay! Otherwise I never would have narrowed down this list)

The Empty Child Poster by Harnois75

Artwork by Harnois75

The Ninth Doctor, creepy gas mask children asking “Are you my mummy?”, and the introduction of Captain Jack Harkness – what’s not to love? Okay, maybe it has a little more to do with that last one than the other two, but can you blame me? Captain Jack is one of the best characters, imo.

 

 

BLINK!

Blnk by Asiulus

Artwork by Asiulus

Who doesn’t love this episode? It’s easily one of, if not the most, iconic episode of the series. The Weeping Angels will always be some of the scariest villains in all of Doctor Who. No matter how many times they try to bring them back they’ll never be as terrifying as in their debut episode. The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone might be a close second though – things coming out of tv screens will always be creepy as all get out.

 

 

THE SOUND OF DRUMS/LAST OF THE TIME LORDS

Sound of the Drums by trickyvicky1978

Artwork by trickyvicky1978

I just really love The Master and John Simm was hilariously evil in that role.

 

 

SILENCE IN THE LIBRARY/FOREST OF THE DEAD

Silence in the Library by jlfletch on deviantArt

Artwork by jlfletch

Another one of those creepy/awesome episodes that makes you wary of everyday things – like shadows. Plus we get introduced to River Song and the overwhelming complexity of her story arc with the Doctor.

 

 

VINCENT AND THE DOCTOR

Vincent by lionessofgod

Artwork by lionessofgod

This is another iconic episode of the new series. Who didn’t shed at least one tear while watching this or want a poster of the exploding TARDIS for their own art collection?

 

 

THE PANDORICA OPENS/THE BIG BANG

The Pandorica Opens & The Big Bang by tjevo9

Collage by tjevo9

As many issues as I have with the 11th Doctor and Amy and Rory’s story arc, I love their first season together and the two part finale wraps it up in a way that makes you fall even more in love with them.

 

 

So, my fellow Whovians, what are your favorite episodes? How excited are you for the new series this weekend? Anyone going to see the premier in theaters?