And now we're onto the Ninth Doctor! Chris was the first Doctor I really got to know as I watched a Tennant special before jumping back and watching from the Doctor Who Reboot. It kept me hooked enough to watch the rest. I hope you like the doodles for him! I hope to draw more soon!!
Well as promised, I'm still drawing Doctors! Hopefully I'll come back to him as I explore Big Finish sketches and doodles in the future, but for now, here's my doodles from the Doctor Who TV Movie!
Seventh Doctor Doodles! Sadly, we only had three days. Which made me very sad indeed! (And I was working a late shift, so I struggled to see everything...)
Don't worry, I'll still be continuing these! More Doctor Doodles to follow. Watch this space!
The Seventh Doctor and Ace are without a doubt my favourite Tardis duo, so don't be surprised if I draw them again. If I can ever recreate Ace's face successfully!
I wish we had more Sixth Doctor episodes....Twitch really did love him, and it was a love fully deserved. The stories were a bit odd, and I understand strangling a companion isn't the right way to start on the right page with someone you have to spend time with, but Colin is engaging and wonderful.
I'm sad to see him go so soon, but there's always Big Finish audios of him to listen too....
Goodbye Peter, it was wonderful to have you as the Doctor, sad it seemed it went so quickly, and I was so busy. But I loved drawing you and your companions. Here is the artwork from your week on Twitch!
It's been a hectic few weeks, but I discovered on Thursday that my small piece on London 1965 made it into the Galaxy Forum in the Doctor Who Magazine. Honestly couldn't be happier. Not only that, but two of my favourite companions Susan and Ace are on the cover at the same time, so what can I say? what a pleasure!
Even with the short trip competition over and submissions sent, I have lots to do, so watch this space! You might like what you find. Thanks for watching!
Hello all! Just wanted to let you know of my most recent confirmation that I will be attending Whooverville this year! Very excited to attend as it's my first one, both as a stall and attending (And my first time visiting Derby!) So if you're interested in any of my art work, that will be on show. Come check it out Saturday 1 September 2018 at QUAD, Derby!!
Want to know more? Whooverville is the East Midlands’ biggest annual get-together to fans of the BBC TV series ‘Doctor Who’. Organised by Derby’s local Doctor Who group, the Whoovers, one of the most popular fan groups in the UK! Check out more at their website here: http://whooverville.org
They are also supporting this year's Big Fiinish Day, which I'm looking forward to attending as a guest.
I hope to catch you all there soon!
Well, today's the last day of the Third Doctor Adventures. So here's my drawings since he's turned up on our Twitch screen.... I've got to say, I'm quite happy with the progression of it all, though i've been more focused on colouring techniques this time. I'm very excited to meet Tom Baker tomorrow --- but TODAY WE GET SARAH JANE!!
With Twitch broadcasting Doctor Who’s original series to a wide audience this month, I was thrilled to discover that Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright, two of the Doctor’s first companions, were being discovered and adored for the first time by a new generation of fans; or in some circumstances, rediscovered by an older loving audience. These two unwilling schoolteachers were originally kidnapped by the Doctor and opposed to his lack of understanding became in time a beautiful friendship as they travelled around time and space with him, with hope they would get home back to London 1963.
I wanted to find a way of celebrating these first companions who help shape the Doctor into the hero, the idiot, the hermit, the mad man in a box that most of us know him as today. Ian and Barbara, who were born into a different generation: wartime childhoods, postwar young adulthoods, Cold War professional careers that shaped them into the people they became—and the person the Doctor became.
Mild Curiosities is a collection of short stories from various points in their lives, arranged in chronological order with a mix of art, fiction, and non-fiction articles about these two much-loved teachers.
I would like to invite you all to write and illustrate various points in these character’s lives. These stories should be 2-10 thousand words in length, though I’m welcome to flash fiction and longer stories (just talk to me first!). They can be first or third person.
The proceeds from this collection will be going to Breast Cancer Now, the UK’s largest breast cancer research charity. The donations will be given in loving memory of Jacqueline Hill, who would have been 89 this year.
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
See PDF linked below for submission instructions and deadlines.
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The Day of the First Doctor
- February 23rd 2019
- March 2-3 2019