"But if this is the original, does that make it real? Does that make it the actual devil, though?"
"Well, if that's what you want to believe. Maybe that's all the devil is, in the end. An idea."
(The cable stops. The Doctor is dangling, mid-air in black nothingness.)
"That's it. That's all we've got. You getting any sort of readout?"
"Nothing. Could be miles to go yet. Or, could be thirty feet. No way of telling. ...I could survive thirty feet..."
"Oh no you don't. I'm pulling you back up."
(She reverses the drum. The Doctor stops it.)
"What're you doing?"
"If you bring me back, then we're just going to sit there and run out of air. I've got to go down."
"But you can't. Doctor, you can't."
"Call it an act of faith."
"But...I don't want to die on my own."
"If the others gets back in touch, if you talk to Rose, just tell her...Tell her I... ...Oh, she knows."
(He unclips the last carabineer, and falls into the blackness.)
I started this last year and finally finished when I got off school. I just absolutely fell in love with the environment and tone of "The Impossible Planet" and "The Satan Pit" when I first saw it. The bluish atmosphere was the hardest to recreate, but doing a dark wash over the canvas before painting was kinda fun. I should up the orange on their suits and the light on the ground, but I'll get to that later.
Done on canvas with acrylics.
Best. Fracking. Show. Ever.
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