Here is an Art Nouveau style poster for the "Key to Time" arc in Fourth Doctor era Doctor Who.
I did a sort of art nouveau-esque Romana picture
right after Mary Tamm so sadly passed away last month. While I was pretty pleased with the picture, I still had this alternate design stuck in my head and decided to give it another try.
I will gush a bit about Romana again because I just love her so much. I love her wit and her grace. I love the contrast between her and the Doctor; Romana plans, Romana reads the manual, Romana plays by the rules, and the Doctor RARELY does any of the above if he can help it. She's the top of the class, and he's the genius who can't be bothered to do his homework. They make such an excellent team.
I recently got to share Ribos Operation with a WhoFriend, and was delighted that her response after Romana's first 30 seconds of screentime was "I love
(I don't speak French, so if I translated the title incorrectly, my bad. Let me know, and I will fix it!)
Also, I'm pretty sure my puny brain cannot even fathom the seal of Rassilon. I spent way more time than I want to admit trying to get the darn thing to look right.
pencil, acrylics, and Mucha-fangirling on watercolor paper.