All the Doctors are IN!!! All 13, plus two “variants”.
My sketchbook goal was Hartnell to Capaldi— DONE!
I’m re-posting the Classic Doctors so that they can hopefully be seen altogether with the New Who sketches I just posted…
I’d like to eventually do companions and other DW characters (Sarah Jane, The Brigadier, Jamie McCrimmon, The Master, etc.) but frankly right now I’m exhausted! :P And I’ll be busy with these, as well as other unrelated illustration and comics projects, for quite awhile…
Now I have to ink and paint them all. This might take awhile… :P
My homemade Doctor Who Rubik’s cube is finally here!
Well, there’s still another cube waiting for me and the next 6 Doctors, but that should be ready by the weekend. Until then, here’s the cube with the first six Doctors on it.
The idea came to me a few weeks ago (while watching Doctor Who, I think it was Kinda), and so I turned it into reality. I used the official 50th anniversary silhouettes (and for the next round deviantart user theDoctorWHO2's Capaldi), but I didn't like all of them so I reedited them with new pictures. And also coloured them a bit so it stays faithful to the original Rubik's cube colours. I don't know why silhouettes, I just love them. Also, I think I'll post every side separately with the original pictures, so you can see it properly and I can do a bit of explaning about the designs (it'll go under the 'rubik doctor who' tag).
I hope you like it, and as I said, I’ll come with the next cube and the silhouettes soon.
Who wants to help me out with something?
I’ve been working on a PowerPoint called “Classic Who For People Who Hate Classic Who”. It’s basically a massive guide to the classic show: every story, every companion, every major villain, everything. Seriously. It’s almost 300 slides.
What I need is some other people who have seen all or most of the classic show to look it over. I’m not very good with the Second Doctor era or with the Eighth Doctor. I also probably missed a character somewhere.
The other thing is I have a recommendation on every story on how worth it the story is to watch if you just wanted to hit the highlights of Doctor Who. I would really like to be not just my opinion and to get a few other voices in there.
I plan on putting this PowerPoint up to download so New Whovians can get the gist of the classic show without wading through the Doctor Who wiki or actually watching every single episode if they don’t want to.
Anyone want to help? Message me, please!
As far as story recs, The Edge of Destruction and the Dalek Invasion of Earth are great for the first doctor, and The War Games are great for the second doctor. I can’t say too much about the others, since I’ve skipped around in them so much (I’m just now watching thoroughly in chronological order). If you need any help with One, I could help, he’s my absolute favourite. :)
I’m making an excel file for my friend, and I mark the stories which are essential in order to understand the plot, the ones that are somewhat important but not crucial to the plot and the ones that are just fun to watch. I could list them for you if you want, though I only have it up to the Sixth Doctor.