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Lungbarrow - Dead of Night by Harnois75 Lungbarrow - Dead of Night by Harnois75
In the house of Lungbarrow, where it is always dark, one of the wooden giants, known as a Drudge, patrols the corridors and halls of the ancient building.
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fedupN Featured By Owner May 24, 2011
This amazing! Very very well done!

Where could I find this story or a full artwork of it? What is Lungbarrow?
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Harnois75 Featured By Owner May 25, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks. :-)

Lungbarrow was the last of the Virgin Missing Adventures novels, bridging McCoy Era with the 1996 TV Movie. In the fiction 'Lungbarrow' is the name of a house on Gallifrey with special significance for the Doctor, it is in certain ways reminiscent of Mervyns Peake's Gormanghast. The novel used to be an ebook on the BBCs Doctor Who web site, it was up for about 7 years, along with the gallery of my chapter illustrations, but it finally bit the dust last year.

I must have the images on disc somewhere. I will try to look them out. Despite the long availability of the ebook, the virgin paperback still tends to go for large prices on ebay.

It is possible that the ebook is still accessible on a BBC archive, but I'm not sure.

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fedupN Featured By Owner May 25, 2011
You are awesome! Though I feel mildly grumbly that it was up for 7 years before going kaput and NOW I find out about it. Where is that damn Tardis? :)
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Starlightningify Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2010
...This is the third thing I've commented/favourited in the last 30 seconds.
This is exceptionally good. Never really imagined what Lungbarrow would look like, but it probably looked something like this.
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Harnois75 Featured By Owner May 25, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
:-) Thankyou.
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time-siren Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2010
This was one of my favorite DW books. Thanks for this great image!
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strychninemime Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010
It's really great to see these worlds from the novels brought to such life in your work. I noticed you mention that you use mostly gouache and digital correction, and I have to say you are fantastic with those mediums. I love this.
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Harnois75 Featured By Owner May 25, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks very much. (Sorry for the immense delay in responding).
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