Kai asked for something arty so Jack decided to do the most famous picture he knew about, Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh. Jack learnt all about it from the Doctor Who episode, Vincent and the Doctor. After Jack watched this episode he REALLY started to love Doctor Who and he started to draw, a real sliding doors moment for Jack.
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Jack (and Toby and Noah and Mum and Dad a little bit) are all super excited as this Saturday sees the return of Doctor Who after his Summer holidays.
Jack wanted to share his top 6 Doctor Who pictures that he has drawn (so far). He has drawn more these past few months but these are his favourites and he was unable to whittle it down to 5 or even 3. Sorry if yours didn’t make it.
Thank you to Sara and the guys at Hodder Children’s Books they managed to speak to David as he did a voice–over session for an upcoming book. He had not heard of Jack Draws Anything but once he found out more, he was more than happy to get involved. David has kindly requested a picture of a Scottish Dragon.
David also signed a Doctor Who postcard for Jack (which arrived yesterday).
A huge thank you to David for his support and for making a little boy (and Mum), SUPER MEGA happy!
Janet’s original brief was Angels and sunshine which if you look closely enough, he has done. However herein lies the danger of letting a 6 year old interpret it (or the fun, depends which way you look at it).
Jack has decided to use Weeping Angels (from Doctor Who), one of his favourite bad guy aliens. He recently watched Blink for the first time and was super scared he was hiding under the cushions on the couch.
So there you go, 3 x Weeping Angels playing catch with the Sun. Janet we hope you like it and hope its not too far off what you envisaged.
Jack initially recongnised Stonehenge as a location in Doctor Who and The Sarah Jane Adventures so did want to draw Cybermen and The Doctor, but a little information later he now knows it is an ancient monument built thousands of years ago. No one really knows what its for but its rumoured to be some sort of calendar where the sun shines through the holes.
Jack then asked which stone showed you it was teatime.
Thank you to Victoria Parsons for her picture of the Eleventh Doctor (played by Matt Smith) and the TARDIS.
Jack loves Doctor Who so he decided to draw a picture for himself. He hopes you like it. This is the Silence, the scariest Doctor Who aliens ever. Described as a ghoulish mixture of the figure in Munch’s The Scream and creatures from urban mythology known as 'men in black', these guys are so scary that:
- Jack refuses to have the Doctor Who comic that features the Silence in his bedroom at night with him
- Toby (Jack’s little 3 year old brother) jumped off the couch during the show, ran across the room, jumped up onto the other couch and jumped right over the back (hitting his head on the radiator in the process).
Debbie’s original brief for Jack was:
The name of my company is Kayak–which is a word reads the same forwards as it does backwards. Can you draw 'something that looks the same forwards as it does backwards'? A bit of a challenge there!
Once I explained what a kayak was and while an "apple" can go forwards and backwards (Jack demonstrated by rolling one along the ground), it probably wasn't the kind of backwards and forwards that Debbie was looking for was.
He decided to draw exactly what you see above, two Ood, these are aliens in Doctor Who. Enjoy.
Jack has received another picture from someone out there on the Interweb. Johanna Moss, the lovely lady who requested the pink unicorn has reciprocated the drawing love and sent Jack this hedgehog and Doctor Who themed picture. Thank you, Jack loves it and it is on his pinboard.
This is not an April Fool
Right next to the article is a little article about Mummy’s and Jack’s favourite–David Tennant, although for very different reasons! I think this is the closest she will get.