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Doctor Strange by Harlequin89
Doctor Strange
water colour pencils in scetchbook

It's true that I am looking forward to the Doctor Strange movie and that I am a Benedict Cumberbatch fan. I'm enjoying researching the character really, quite interesting and I found a site that tells you a lot marvel.wikia.com/Stephen_Stran…) including this which I find is freaking awesome:
  • Dr. Strange and the Fantastic Four are mentioned in the song "Superbird" on the album "Electric Music for the Mind and Body", by Country Joe and the Fish (Vanguard VSD 79244; released January 1967).
  • Strange is also mentioned in Pink Floyd's song "Cymbaline" on the album More (released July 27, 1968), and in T. Rex song "Mambo Sun" on the album Electric Warrior (released September 1971).
  • Dr. Strange appears on the cover of Pink Floyd's album A Saucerful of Secrets (released June 29, 1968), and on the covers of the Al Stewart albums Past Present and Future (levitating into a dimensional portal) and Modern Times.

I've downloaded Cymbaline and Mambo Sun, the latter being in my head whilst colouring this.

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Spent 2 days going into the city to watch the 2 versions of Frankenstein with Jonny Lee Miller and Benedict Cumberbatch

both times were absolutely beautiful. Both men brought different influences to the characters in which made for a different feel to each performance. Over all it was thought and emotionally provoking I was engaged in the story and dialog throughout both times of seeing it and wish I could see them regularly (though a feckload cheaper)

Benedict as the creature had more of a venomous and intellectual or has Benedict put it a body relearning how to move when the brain is intact personality. Jonny Lee Millers creature had a more rapidly learning child like approach. Both beautifully executed performances 

Jonny Lee Miller as victor was manic and snappish, vain and emotional. you do not see Victor Frankenstein much but when he is it is like watching a contained hurricane. Benedict Cumberbatches Victor was subdued as if to hide the insanity and pretend that he is function when internally he isn't, the vanity is still there but the emotion isn't it is like Victor is in that constant state of shock after a traumatic event.

the supporting cast gave great and consistent performances that complimented the 2 main characters but you do wish that they had more so that you could know their characters better and because they had great actors playing them e.g. Elizabeth and Victor Frankenstein's father played by Naomie Harris and George Harris. De Lacey (Karl Johnson) was fantasic.    

the sets were minimal yet effective ( of course it was a Danny Boyle production)

Loved it Loved it all.

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Meaghan Quinn
Australia
my name is Meaghan call me meg or meags.
I'm a music and art enthusiast. I do love to draw and work with my hands. I have a TAFE diploma of fine arts. I'm not even going to pretend im the best at anything because i know im not.
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  • Mood: Obsessed
Spent 2 days going into the city to watch the 2 versions of Frankenstein with Jonny Lee Miller and Benedict Cumberbatch

both times were absolutely beautiful. Both men brought different influences to the characters in which made for a different feel to each performance. Over all it was thought and emotionally provoking I was engaged in the story and dialog throughout both times of seeing it and wish I could see them regularly (though a feckload cheaper)

Benedict as the creature had more of a venomous and intellectual or has Benedict put it a body relearning how to move when the brain is intact personality. Jonny Lee Millers creature had a more rapidly learning child like approach. Both beautifully executed performances 

Jonny Lee Miller as victor was manic and snappish, vain and emotional. you do not see Victor Frankenstein much but when he is it is like watching a contained hurricane. Benedict Cumberbatches Victor was subdued as if to hide the insanity and pretend that he is function when internally he isn't, the vanity is still there but the emotion isn't it is like Victor is in that constant state of shock after a traumatic event.

the supporting cast gave great and consistent performances that complimented the 2 main characters but you do wish that they had more so that you could know their characters better and because they had great actors playing them e.g. Elizabeth and Victor Frankenstein's father played by Naomie Harris and George Harris. De Lacey (Karl Johnson) was fantasic.    

the sets were minimal yet effective ( of course it was a Danny Boyle production)

Loved it Loved it all.

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GraphicFortress Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2015  New member Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the fav of Doctor Strange!
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Harlequin89 Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015
You're welcome
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dougthebear Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2014
Merry Christmas Meaghan
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Harlequin89 Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2014
Merry Christmas :)
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Scarlett-Winter Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2014
Thanks a lot for the fave ♥ !
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Harlequin89 Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2014
You're welcome
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lokivsthor Featured By Owner May 12, 2014
Thanks for the fav!!!excited happy 
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Harlequin89 Featured By Owner May 12, 2014
you're welcome
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Mad42Sam Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014   Digital Artist
Thank you for the favs :)
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Harlequin89 Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014
You're welcome
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