I wanted to update this a while ago. The photo is crowded, I took it in a hurry.
These are the Pkmn I have, in build order: - Turtwig, Espeon and Vaporeon: regular paper. Awful. - Gallade (1st one on thick paper - its head tilts ^^), Staryu, Lugia (I didn't know scrap paper then...), Mudkip, Chikorita, Torterra, Pichu, Roselia, Gardevoir: 140gsm paper - Scizor, Nidoking, Bayleef (waiting a little to do PaperpokÚs photo), Quilava, Reshiram, Raichu (a bet, and a bday present. Can't believe I built it in 1.5 day!!): 120gsm
Mankey is almost ready, but I forgot to include it ^^. A few more coming!
A Timeline for the The Daleks from 1963 to 2013 by Ask-a-Dalek
The Daleks - The TARDIS has brought the travellers to the planet Skaro where they meet two indigenous races - the Daleks, malicious mutant creatures encased in armoured travel machines, and the Thals, beautiful humanoids with pacifist principles. They convince the Thals of the need to fight for their own survival. Joining forces with them and braving Skaro's many dangers, they launch a two-pronged attack on the Dalek city. The Daleks are all killed when, during the course of the fighting, their power supply is cut off.
The Dalek Invasion of Earth - The TARDIS returns to London; however it's the 22nd century. With bodies in the river, and quiet in the docklands, the city is a very different place. The Daleks have invaded and they intend to use the planet as a Spaceship and pilot it through space, but are luckily defeated by the Doctor.
The Chase - The travellers learn from the Time-Space Visualiser taken from the Moroks' museum that Daleks equipped with their own time machine are on their trail with orders to exterminate them. They flee in the TARDIS and thus begins the chase. Eventually both time machines arrive on the jungle planet Mechanus, where the Daleks try to infiltrate and kill the Doctor's party with a robotic double of him. The travellers are taken prisoner by the Mechonoids. The Daleks and the Mechonoids engage in a fierce battle which ends in their mutual destruction. The Doctor's party seizes this opportunity to escape. The Doctor reluctantly helps Ian and Barbara to use the Daleks' time machine to return home.
Mission to the Unknown - On the planet Kembel, Space Security Service agent Marc Cory is investigating a recent sighting of a Dalek spaceship. His suspicion that the creatures may have established a base proves well-founded. He learns of a plot by the Daleks to invade and destroy the Solar System, but he is discovered and exterminated. The Daleks and their allies vow to conquer the universe, beginning with the planet Earth. The story "The Myth Makers" is wedged in between this single episode and "The Daleks' Master Plan."
The Daleks' Master Plan - In the year 4000, the Daleks conspire to conquer the Solar System. Their scheme involves treachery at the highest levels and a weapon capable of destroying the very fabric of time. Only the Doctor and his friends can prevent catastrophe — and there is no guarantee they will escape with their lives... This story is famous for being 12 Episodes long and for holding the episode "The Feast of Steven," a Christmas episode only broadcast in Britain and sold to Australia.
The Power of the Daleks - Following the Doctor's regeneration into a new, younger body, the TARDIS lands at an Earth colony on the planet Vulcan in the far future. Mistaken for an official Earth Examiner, the Doctor discovers that a scientist called Lesterson is attempting to reactivate two inanimate, subservient Daleks found in a crashed space rocket. The colonists refuse to heed the Doctor's dire warnings that the Daleks are dangerous. Once reactivated, the Daleks secretly begin to reproduce themselves in a bid to seize control of the colony.
The Evil of the Daleks - The Daleks draft the Second Doctor into distilling the Human Factor. Once implanted, it will make the Dalek race invincible. Jamie's faith in the Doctor is stretched to the limit as the Doctor appears to be collaborating with the Daleks. The Doctor has a few tricks up his sleeve, but then again so might the Daleks... It is this episode that produced the three main character's for this Ask Account, Alpha, Beta and Omega!
Day of the Daleks - The Daleks are in colour and Freedom fighters from the future attempt to thwart a Dalek invasion by coming back in time to assassinate a delegate at the second World Peace Conference! This story features the first appearance of Dalek Servants, the Ogrons!
Frontier in Space - The Doctor and Jo are caught in the escalating tension between planets Earth and Draconia, and discover that the Master is secretly working to provoke the two into all-out war. To add to this, it is revealed he is working with the Daleks and it is actually them who wish for the war to begin...
Planet of the Daleks - Arriving on Spiridon, the Third Doctor and Jo encounter a Thal group. They are here to stop the Daleks, who are secretly producing an army, and have discovered the ways of becoming invisible.
Death to the Daleks - An energy drain makes uneasy allies of the Third Doctor, Sarah, a Marine Space Corps expedition and a squadron of Daleks. All are trapped on the planet Exxilon with its hostile natives. The key to escape lies at the heart of a powerful and mysterious lost city, but only after a series of deadly traps. The Daleks create their own native weapons that are non-dependant on power, and enslave the Exxilons.
Genesis of the Daleks - Intercepted while travelling between Earth and the Ark, the Fourth Doctor and his companions are transported to the planet Skaro, thousands of years in the past, on a mission for the Time Lords — to prevent the creation of the Daleks. This story marks the first appearance of their creator, Davros.
Destiny of the Daleks - The Doctor and a newly-regenerated Romana arrive on Skaro to find that the Daleks are using explosive charges and a group of humanoid slave workers to mine the planet in search of their creator, Davros. A stalemate has arisen in an interplanetary war that the Daleks are waging against the robotic Movellans, and their hope is that Davros will be able to give them the edge. A force of Movellans has also arrived on Skaro, determined to thwart the Daleks' plan. Davros is found in the ruins of the old Kaled city and immediately revives, his life support systems having held him in suspended animation since his apparent death. Davros attempts to destroy the Movellan ship using a suicide squad of Daleks loaded with bombs, but the Doctor returns to the Kaled city and tricks him into inadvertently detonating them before they reach their target. The Movellans are deactivated and Davros is cryogenically frozen on board their ship until the freed slave workers can take him to Earth and ensure that he is put on trial for his crimes.
The Five Doctors - A Dalek left over on the Death Zone attacks the First Doctor and Susan, until getting destroyed by it's own lasers, bouncing from the walls.
Resurrection of the Daleks - Captured in a time corridor, the Doctor and his companions are forced to land on 20th century Earth, diverted by the Doctor's oldest enemy - the Daleks. It is here the true purpose of the time corridor becomes apparent: after ninety years of imprisonment, Davros, the ruthless creator of the Daleks, is to be liberated to assist in the resurrection of his army. Not even the Daleks foresee the poisonous threat of their creator. Indeed, who would suspect Davros of wanting to destroy his own Daleks - and why? Only the Doctor knows the truth. Will he descend to Davros' level of evil to stop him?
Revelation of the Daleks - The Doctor and Peri arrive on the planet Necros in a facility called Tranquil Repose, where the wealthy can have their newly-deceased bodies cryogenically frozen until medical science can cure whatever killed them. The Doctor wishes to pay his last respects to his friend, Professor Arthur Stengos, but it turns out this is just a ruse to lure him into a trap. The Great Healer masterminding Tranquil Repose is Davros, using the organic material in cryogenic storage to create a whole new army of Daleks to conquer the universe. The Doctor must foil Davros' evil plans.
Remembrance of the Daleks - London, 1963: The Doctor returns to the place where it all began — alongside his latest companion, Ace McShane, with unfinished business. Not for the first time, unusual events are unfolding at Coal Hill School, and at Totters Lane junkyard, the Doctor discovers that his oldest foes — the Daleks — are on the trail of stolen Time Lord technology that he left on Earth centuries ago. The Daleks are planning to perfect their own time-travel capability, in order to unleash themselves across the whole of time and space. The Doctor, with the help of the local military, must stop his oldest enemies from stealing Gallifreyan secrets, but the lines between allies and enemies are tested to the limit, and the Doctor and Ace must trust no-one to survive. As two opposing Dalek factions meet in an explosive confrontation, the fate of the whole cosmos hangs in the balance...
Dalek - The Ninth Doctor and Rose Tyler arrive in 2012 to answer a distress signal and meet a collector of alien artefacts who has one living specimen. However, the Doctor is horrified to find out that the creature is a member of a race he thought was destroyed: a Dalek.
Bad Wolf & The Parting of the Ways - Separated and with no TARDIS, the Ninth Doctor, Rose, and Jack have to fight for their lives on board the Game Station, but a far more dangerous threat is lurking, just out of sight. The Doctor realises that the entire human race has been blinded to the threat on its doorstep, and Armageddon is fast approaching. As the Daleks attack the Game Station led by their Emperor, the Ninth Doctor finds himself helpless. He knows he must make big sacrifices if he is going to survive. But does this mean losing his beloved Rose Tyler forever? With Jack Harkness assembling an army together and the Doctor powerless against the Dalek Emperor, a deadly net closes around the whole universe. One thing is for certain, not everyone will make it out of this deadly battle alive. But who or what is Bad Wolf? It's time for the Doctor and Rose to find out.
Army of Ghosts & Doomsday - Rose and the Tenth Doctor return to modern-day London to find a mysterious epidemic of ghosts all over the world. As the Doctor searches Torchwood Tower to find answers, something sinister lurks in the building. A secret order of Daleks emerge and the Cybermen from Pete's World make their way to Torchwood Tower. As the two deadly forces fight over Earth, the Tenth Doctor realises that in order to stop the threat, sacrifices will be made...
Daleks in Manhattan & Evolution of the Daleks - During the building of the Empire State Building in 1930s New York, the Cult of Skaro continues their attempts to destroy humanity and reign supreme. As a new Dalek Empire rises in 1930s New York, the Tenth Doctor must enter an unholy alliance.
The Stolen Earth & Journey's End - When Earth and twenty-six other planets are stolen and taken to the Medusa Cascade and the Doctor nowhere in sight, it's up to the combined forces of UNIT, Torchwood, Sarah Jane and Rose to fight off the thieves, who only have one thing to say to the resistance: "EX-TER-MIN-ATE!" All hell has broken loose! Davros and the New Dalek Empire prepare to detonate a bomb that will wipe out all of existence. The Tenth Doctor is helpless, and the TARDIS faces destruction. The only hope lies with the Doctor's companions — the "Children of Time" — but Dalek Caan predicts that one will die...
Victory of the Daleks - Receiving a call for help from his old friend Winston Churchill, the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond head for World War II to assist the Prime Minister. Once there, though, the Doctor reunites with his greatest enemies, the scum of the universe — the Daleks. But why are these survivors of the Medusa Cascade War passing themselves off as man-made weapons? And why don't they recognise the Doctor? What could these "Ironsides" have planned?
The Pandorica Opens & The Big Bang - A Van Gogh painting ferried across thousands of years offering a terrifying prophecy, a message on the oldest cliff-face in the universe and a love that lasts a thousand years: in 102 AD England, Romans receive a surprise visit from Cleopatra. Nearby, Stonehenge hides a legendary prison-box. As it slowly unlocks from the inside, terrible forces gather in the heavens. The fates are closing around the TARDIS. The Pandorica, which contains the most dangerous threat in the Universe, is opening. Only one thing is certain: "The Pandorica will open... Silence will fall". The Alliance has trapped the Eleventh Doctor in the Pandorica, the TARDIS has exploded with River inside, Rory has shot Amy and the cracks have swallowed everything but the Earth and Moon. The fate of all existence lies in the hands of a little girl who still believes in stars.
Asylum of the Daleks - The Eleventh Doctor, with his former companions, Amy Pond and Rory Williams, are used as a secret weapon by the Daleks to lower the defences of the Dalek Asylum and allowing the orbital attack on the Dalek inmates, who are at risk of breaching the defences. The Doctor can't save the day, along with his companions' marriage, as easily as he can fix his bow tie, can he?
Day of the Doctor - The Doctors embark on their greatest adventure in this 50th anniversary special. In the 21st century, something terrible is awakening in London's National Gallery; in 1562, a murderous plot is afoot in Elizabethan England; and somewhere in space an ancient battle reaches its devastating conclusion. All of reality is at stake as the Doctor's own dangerous past comes back to haunt him.
Time of the Doctor - Orbiting a quiet backwater planet, the massed forces of the universe's deadliest species gather, drawn to a mysterious message that echoes out to the stars - among them, the Doctor. Rescuing Clara from a family Christmas dinner, the Time Lord and his companion must learn what this enigmatic signal means for his own fate and that of the universe.
Seriously, I am convinced Linkara is a Timelord with amnesia. He was in a TARDIS-like time machine, collided with something, wound up in our time period with amnesia, and started reading comics.
Okay, I pretty much had to make this in a basic paint program because the poster making program I use online was being a dick for some reason. Might've been the sheer amount of text I tried to add. So if it looks like crap, that's why.
EDIT: So yeah, apparently this has been proven wrong now that we know that most of his tech is actually granted through magic. Oh well, was fun while it lasted.
The first time all the main characters have appeared in a picture together! Now with the latest page out I can draw them all together like one huge dysfunctional family spanning across Time und Space It only took like 10-15mins or something.
Thank-you to deviantArt for keeping me sane during my last two years of high school and through Collage (final semester right noaw ) This is my little tribute for your 13th Birthday
Ironically the initals of DeviantART share initials with my comic, Dalek Assassin and my original user name DalekAvion after my character, Lady Avion Phoenix, who eventually became Madame Mercy Phoenix (Kuan Yin Huang).
Form those not familiar with the characters-Left to right Dalek Sec My redesigned Hybrid and also bored The Dalek Inquisitor General DIG/Dalek X- whom no one told it wasn't Halloween. Currently burning his party hat Maverick The Thal who doesn't know he's a Thal Clara Oswald The Impossible Girl Eleven I don't want him to GOOOOO! But I can't wait to see Capaldi Mercy Huang THE Dalek Assassin, not the impostor and is also said to be dead. That remains to be seen The Dalek Time Controller In all his ever glorious constant changing of the colours Aldonza Gray Who is in the naughty corner for stealing the cake and Mercy's sword and pretending to be her when no one was looking.