There’s fan-fiction, there’s cosplay, and there are a thousand ways to show your appreciation of a TV show. I for example have ‘Stayin’ Alive’ by the Bee Gees as my ringtone, in honour of Sherlock’s Moriarty.
But some people go to the next level in the name of fan art, and I’m not just talking about art students drawing their favourite characters. Well, I am talking about them, because that stuff is amazing, but some people have designed titles for the show, built their own K9, and even carved the Doctor’s face into pumpkins. I mean, this year I carved the vague outline of a cat and got jealous of how much better my girlfriend’s was. You should see some of the pumpkins that these people do.
And see you will: here are ten examples of the most amazing fan-art that the fandom has to throw up. »
- Mark White
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