Dr Who 50th Anniversary + 250 point Giveaway!Jump to GiveawayDr Who 50th Anniversary + 250 point Giveaway!1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
William Hartnell (1963-1966, 1973) & Richard Hurndall (1983)
Susan Foreman; Barbara Wright; Ian Chesterton; Vicki; Steven Taylor; Katarina; Sara Kingdom; Dodo Chaplet; Polly; Ben Jackson
Patrick Troughton (1966-1969)
Polly; Ben Jackson; Jamie McCrimmon; Victoria Waterfield; Zoe Heriot
John Pertwee (1970-1974)
Liz Shaw; Jo Grant; Sarah Jane Smith
Reference Sheet: Third Doctor by LissyStrata The Third Doctor by Arrowfire The Third Doctor by Inonibird The Third Doctor by jonpinto
Tom Baker (1974-1981)
Gallifreyan Names!If anybody wants be to write their name in Gallifreyan, I'm taking (FREE!) commissions now!Gallifreyan Names!3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Just comment your name and I'll do it.
~EDIT: Over as of Saturday, August 4th~
The Nature of A TARDISNOTE: After answering a fellow Devianart member with this statement, I felt that in a rare moment of clarity, I was able to finally ARTICULATE what my belief is on what the exact nature and workings are of the TARDIS is, and just had to share this with all of you. Comments and responses are welcome, but my view on this subject is now pretty much set in stone, and will remain unchanged on this subject. The following text is fairly lengthy, but breaks down the nature of the TT Capsule in simple terms without getting too heavy into Quantum Physics, and hopefully is easily understandable to any fan of the show. Please enjoy the read, and know that this is the basis for the work I am doing to try to convey these concepts in art format for the TARDIS: Type 40 TT Capsule, Mark III Technical Manual of which I have recently uploaded art for. Cheers Mates!The Nature of A TARDIS1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Think of the TARDIS more like an infinite computer mind with thoughts (rooms and structures) from it's beginning to
Doctor Who!The Turn of the Universe by alicexzDoctor Who!1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Malus Lupus by kellymckernan
Breathe by oO-Fotisha-Oo
Alone by gph-artist
Vincent and the Doctor by JamesBousema
The Oncoming Storm by jhimmelman
"I stole you" by viria13
Vincent by euclase
Mad Man With a Box by 0viper0
Doctor Who Warm by MitchGerads
Page One by Lasse17
Page One by Lasse17
Jack Harkness by Lasse17
Jack Harkness - Digi-painting by Lasse17
The Girl Who Waited by autogatos
The Girl Who Waited by autogatos
Doctor Who and Clara Oswald by kevinwada
Doctor Who and Clara Oswald by kevinwada
"Doctor Who v3, #9 - GameStop Exclusive Cover" by onegemini
Doctor Who v3, #9 - GameStop Exclusive Cover by onegemini
I'm running to you bef
'Doctor Who': 15 facts you probably didn't knowWho better to reveal the secrets of Doctor Who than an actual doctor? Meet Doctor Who expert Dr. Piers D. Britton. He might sound a Doctor Who expert we just totally made up, but he’s a real person who wrote a book on Doctor Who titled TARDISbound and teaches a class on the iconic show at the University of Redlands in California (if you’re a hardcore Doctor Who fan who had to sit through dull college electives, you’re probably feeling a surge of envy for Redlands students right now). With Doctor Who‘s eagerly awaited 50th Anniversary special “Day of the Doctor” set to be unveiled tomorrow on BBC America (2:50 p.m. ET), Dr. Britton reveals 15 strange and fascinating Doctor Who facts that you probably did not know.'Doctor Who': 15 facts you probably didn't know1 year ago in Personal More Like This
– Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat was initially opposed to Matt Smith’s wish to wear his now-iconic bow tie.
– All the Silurians seen since 2010′s “The Hungry Earth” are played by the same three actors
Doctor WhoWith Doctor Who returning to our screens tonight (at last!!) I couldn't resist the chance to do a special feature with Doctor Who fanart in all it's guises. Since this is an extra feature I'm just going to go all out and showcase 12-15 deviations instead of my usual 4 per categoryDoctor Who2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
:iconMagical525: 's Extra Artisan Crafts feature journal
Close Up On Finished Piece by salford1 Tenth Doctor by ANTHONYGREY matt smith by rubberpoultry 11th Doctor Who - Fish Fingers and Custard Set by tyney123 Sonic Screwdrivers! by GamerGirl84244 Kawaii Doctor Who Time Lords charm bracelet by Lovelyruthie
Doctor Who Earrings by DrawingErda Tardis Tote by KarenTheRed A Starry Night Tardis Shoes by kathrynlillie Bigger on the Inside - Paper Cut by yellow-bird-flying it's bigger inside than outside-2 by roythman TARDIS Victorian underwear collage by Timestitcher Dr. Who Tardis and Logo coasters by capricornc5 The TARDIS Bracelet, What Would the Doctor Do? by Omaline :thumb355586664: 71597 185975324876232 1139764957 N by VinylScratch73 My TARDIS by PrinceLokiarty Doctor Who Tardis Scarf by PrinceJillian Tardisdress by Andyfll PARTY TARDIS - Stained Glass by SenatorMars Tardis Quilt with St John by quiltoni
K 9 Doctor Who Plush by stitchnik
TARDIS Levels DescriptionThink of the TARDIS that looks like a molecule model, or Atom. It's rings with Domes all circling around the central engine, and eye of harmony. As with the Prometheus planetary map concept from the movie, whereby the 3D graphic shows orbital paths, and planets rotating. In the TARDIS, these paths would represent the corridors, which can move and spin to connect with different sections around an orbit relative to the main section. each room is either connected to the corridor, or separately floating in this limbo until needed. The TARDIS can create more rooms, and attach them to the corridors at will, or delete a room, converting the matter (a flux state of matter) into energy and feed it directly back into the main engines. These rings and rooms each represent a specific floor. as the TARDIS grows in scale, new rings are formed spiraling out to the next floor and rings surrounding the previous floor and rings, and central engines. Think of the TARDIS to use the analogy coined by ShrekTARDIS Levels Description11 months ago in Personal More Like This
Ode to The Eleventh “… then there were the eyes. Those old man’s eyes. When Smith was at his best (and he was frequently wonderful) it was all in the eyes; exhausted eyes, furtive and alien and so very, very old. More even than Eccleston and Tennant - who weren’t at all bad at it themselves - But Smith excelled at the sudden switch of tone, the moment where he’d pivot on a single phrase and the antic clown would fall away, replaced with someone aged and scarred and deeply unknowable. Obligatory Tom Baker aside, no other Doctor has seemed so truly ancient and otherworldly …”— Tom Phillips. “Matt Smith, the rise and fall of the hipster Doctor”, New Statesman, 3rd June 2013.Ode to The Eleventh1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Ode To The Eleventh: Constructed from thoughts through the past few months, written on the night of Christmas Day.
It’s very late right now, though the house is sle
Doctor Who PLZ Guide!Last Updated: 1/17/15Doctor Who PLZ Guide!3 years ago in Personal More Like This
My favourite Tenth Doctor quotesSome of my all time favourite quotes from David as The Doctor. Please comment and add your own if it isn't here.My favourite Tenth Doctor quotes5 years ago in Personal More Like This
"Look at these people, these human beings. Consider their potential! From the day they arrive on the planet, blinking, step into the sun, there is more to see than can ever be seen, more to do than- no, hold on. Sorry, that's The Lion King. But the point still stands: Leave them alone!" (The Christmas Invasion)
"It's the city of New New York! Strictly speaking, it's the fifteenth New York since the original, so that makes it New-New-New-New-New-New-New-New-New-New-New-New-New-New-New New York." (New Earth)
"I'm the Doctor, and I just snogged Madame de Pompadour!" (The Girl in the Fireplace)
The Doctor: (imitating Elvis) You goin' my way, doll?
Rose: (American accent, putting on sunglasses) Is there any other way to go, daddy-o? Straight from the fridge, man! (The Idiot's Lantern)
Ida: Well, we've come this far, there's no turning back.
The Doctor: "Oh come on! Did you have t
A Note on the SFTT Before Last (SFTT #59 Spoilers)So, QUITE a few of you commented on Search for the Truth #59 being all like "BUT HANDY IS THE DOCTOR'S SON TECHNICALLY" or something to that effect.A Note on the SFTT Before Last (SFTT #59 Spoilers)3 years ago in Personal More Like This
I'd like to clear that up for you now if I could, and at least give you my opinion on what Russell tried to explain to us.
Thanks to Russell T Davies, the whole 'Handy' situation doesn't make much sense. RTD claimed that Handy was half Doctor, half Donna, but he's obviously like 80% or at the very least 60% Doctor. He doesn't seem to have any of Donna's memories or identify himself as Donna in any way. He's the Doctor. He looks like the Doctor, acts (mostly) like the Doctor, dresses like the Doctor and likes the same ladies. Now, no one was terrifically clever in Journey's End, so it's a bit hard to tell if he's as clever as the Doctor. I mean, he ran at Davros like a bit of an idiot, but at least he was clever enough to build the thing he was going to throw at Davros' face or whatever. So let's just say he's quite clever and that wasn't a
The Bunny SongWell, I've written a song.The Bunny Song3 years ago in Personal More Like This
You might think, "What about the melody?", but... that's the best part of my song!
You can't be wrong or right. Sing as you like.
I'm a genius.
The Bunny Song
They are small and have fur.
Bunnies like carrots.
And they have ears.
Two of them.
This is the bunny song.
They jump around.
Gnawing your cables.
Because they've got theeth.
And because they can.
This is the bunny song.
They can make babies.
Loads of them.
And once a year
A bunny's bringing eggs.
This is the bunny song.
Bunny song song song
I love bunnies~.
Should be available on iTunes soon. Not.
"The Bunny Song"
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~*~Episodic Challenge~*~Okay, this isn't so much a challenge as it is just some fun with the episodes. Basically, you draw any scene from any episodes from Series 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. As long as it involves Rose and the Doctor and at least just the Doctor and just Rose. And if the episode didn't have Rose in it then just do the Doctor or put Rose where his current companion is. Even if someone has drawn a picture for that them you can reuse it. If you have a picture that fits one of these episodes then note it to us or post it in the journal here.~*~Episodic Challenge~*~4 years ago in Personal More Like This
1. Rose -
2. The End of the World -
3. The Unquiet Dead -
4. Aliens of London
5. World War Three
7. The Long Game
8. Father's Day -
9. The Empty Child -
10. The Doctor Dances
11. Boom Town
12. Bad Wolf
13. The Parting of the Ways -
Special: Children in Need
Special: The Christmas Invasion - :thumb91876
Sure I Care - Save Time!Sure I Care - Save Time!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
This is a themed feature series comes out every fortnight, hope you will enjoy looking at them!
Sure I Care: Episode 2
Save Your Time!
The Moral behind that saying is: (Do NOT waste your time!) Save it! Protect it! Put an umbrella on it!
This Episode's theme is Time + Umbrella!
Best Last Words from Doctor Who"A tear...Sarah Jane?" - 3Best Last Words from Doctor Who1 year ago in Personal More Like This
"It's the end...but the moment has been prepared for." - 4
"Physician, heal thyself." - 8
"You were fantastic, absolutely fantastic!...And you know what?...So was I." - 9
"I don't want to go." - 10
"I will always remember when the Doctor was me..." - 11
Clockwork ContestHello, dear steampunk lovers!Clockwork Contest3 years ago in Personal More Like This
We announce that our Clockwork Contest is opened!
Starting 10 June.
Ending 1 August.
So how does this work you ask. Well, the thing is that you will challenge for the most interesting steampunk related story!
The contest accepts three types of art: prose, poetry and graphical novels (illustrated stories, something like comics, but with bigger accent onto the story rather then onto art).
What are the rules?
First of all, you have to be a member of our group, SteampunkForever.
It might sound a little silly, as you can join it whenever you want as well as leave it whenever you want, but as the contest takes place here, it would be fair that only members can take part.
Your story should be put in the Clockwork Contest folder.
To be absolutely sure that you didn't miss the correct folder while submitting it, please, add Clockwork Contes
Nature of the TARDIS visual Aides!!Okay guys check this..Nature of the TARDIS visual Aides!!8 months ago in Personal More Like This
The TARDIS begins as a small ship It's default configuration if you will (Hartnell era) Or basic configuration Per journey to the Center of the TARDIS
, then reconfigures it's internal structure..becoming bigger, almost full..but not quite there yet.. check the next post for that.
Then it jettisons some rooms, and reconfigures itself again..Castrovalva and event one..where it jettisons 25%.
All you need do is put the time scepter in the middle, and throw up som
Doctor Who returns March 30th + BooksOfficial 50th Anniversary Doctor Who websiteDoctor Who returns March 30th + Books2 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Doctor Who starts March 30th.
UK- BBC 1
Canada - Space Channel
US - BBC America
Worldwide - Live stream via TARDIS Blue
Neil Gaiman has written another episode and the first known episode title is 'Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS'.
JOURNEY TO THE CENTRE OF THE TARDIS! :iconfoamingmouthguy:
Watch Classic Who on BBC America
Once a month all year BBC America will air a Classic Who serial in numerical by Doctor. The First Doctors Special aired on Jan. 27th.
Watch all the episodes and other cool specials such as 'The Ultimate Adventure' play over here
Financial Resources Available to ArtistsFrom time to time around dA you may see your fellow deviants faced with unplanned or unforeseen financial crises write journals asking for donations. One of the great things about dA is that the majority of the collective community here is comprised of like-minded individuals and we are all greatly aware of the financial burdens that we as creatives may face from time to time.Financial Resources Available to Artists10 months ago in Deviant Events More Like This
When the need is urgent or if your profession is being threatened because of a catastrophe, you may need more funding than what can be raised through dA. In such a circumstance, it would be in your best interest to seek out emergency funding through a grant. Please note that some of these grants cannot be funded to hobbyists, students, or self taught artists.
Emergency Funds for Artists in All Disciplines
· The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)
Offers lists of emergency funds for artists in a variety of
Last chicken in Sainsbury's“Dirty Bird”, a fried chicken vendor in Wales, has been forced to defend its choice in logo:Last chicken in Sainsbury's7 months ago in Personal More Like This
Some rather prudish individuals have complained that it looks a mite dubious, while the owner of Dirty Bird has insisted that people are seeing what they want to see, and not what was intended.
It is claimed that the logo is simply the lower case initials of the company placed back to back in order to form the neck and wings of a cockerel.
Seeing one of Dirty Bird’s recent promotional images, however; one might be given cause to doubt their professed innocence.
And people ask why I like living on this spiteful little island
PRJ Writing ProcessA friend of mine (and ex teacher at The Kubert School) Gabe Bridwell suggested I write something about how I wrote Punk Rock Jesus. So here it is! Also, check out Gabe's great work at this http://gabebridwell.com/index.php/galleryPRJ Writing Process3 years ago in Personal More Like This
In a way, I've been writing PRJ since before Off Road.
Originally, it was called "Kael" and starred an IRA freedom fighter/terrorist named Thomas McKael who sees the error of his ways, and eventually turns things around to become the hero. But the history of the IRA was too complex for a 23-year-old first time writer, so after months of research and failed scripting attempts, I put it aside to work on "Off Road" instead.
Years later--in 2006 I think--I started piecing together "Punk Rock Jesus". I'd just read an article on human cloning and began wondering whom the first human clone would be. And the answer came immediately: someone would clone Jesus Christ. And then they'd probably
Back with a bang and CONTESTDREAMORCHIDBack with a bang and CONTEST3 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
http://fav.me/d534voe Updated journal on the contest. Midnight tonight pacific coast time, start wrapping them up if you want in.
I joined Deviant Art I few years back bright eyed and hopeful. I tried to show case some talent I felt I had and over a period gained a handful of friends. Like most folks in the last several years the hard times came and with that I slowly faded away from this friendly art community. With some help from friends we reopen DreamOrchid's doors with a new website (www.dreamorchid.com), official DreamOrchid face book page (http://www.facebook.com/pages/DreamOrchid/189645937780364), and even a twitter account. Please feel free to like us if you wish. With all this said I'm back with a bang. I decided since I hit 20k views and with the renewal of a subscription to throw a contest. If anyone wishes to donate prizes to the list please send m
Back up your files, kids.The very first company I worked for was Climax (not to be confused with Climax Entertainment, which made things like Landstalker) where I was a very, very green peon for a couple of years during the development of the action RPG Sudeki.Back up your files, kids.1 year ago in Personal More Like This
They hired me out of college with the intention of training me up in Maya and putting me to work as a cheap, 3D modeller. Unfortunately, I was crap at that, so they let me do concept art instead.
With Sudeki recently re-released via Steam, I thought I’d dig out some of the art that I had drawn for the game.
Now, there are two types of digital data storage: those that have failed and those that are going to fail. The one and only CD that my Sudeki concept art was on appears to be, well, f**ked. Borked beyond recovery. Unless I put it on a flash drive that I’ve forgotten about, it’s probably gone for good.
I’m not too broken up about it. The work I did back then was hideous. I’d only just started using ph
This Winding Road - or Mr OversensitiveI often get called oversensitive - and maybe I am, I don't know. If it is the case then at least it is tempered by general good cheer! And by that I mean if it seems that I let things get to me in the notes or journals I write and post up here, then that's not generally accurate! I don't dwell. I don't carry it around, letting it inform the mood of any given day. I'm not bitter and harried. I'm a happy sort of a bloke!This Winding Road - or Mr Oversensitive1 year ago in Personal More Like This
However, I do like to know what's going on. I like to know how my head is working, what I'm trying to get at, and how I'm responding to the medium, the audience, and my peers. I can't help but to question myself at every stage, and check my thinking and integrity. If I'm not doing that then I'm just coasting! And I'd be a big fat baldy liar if I let everybody think that it was all easy, and that I really didn't give a fat poo what anybody thought about my work. Maybe we're not meant to care what people think, if we're touching them or not, if we're failing