The various faces of the Doctor throughout his regenerations, arranged in chronological order. Two of these, the Fourth and Fifth Doctors, were Lords Presidents of the Supreme Council of the Time Lords of Gallifrey, and the last known incarnation served as Valeyard of the Ultimate Court of Appeals of the Time Lords of Gallifrey. The Third and Eleventh Doctors held appointments from terrestrial authorities as Scientific Adviser to the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce and Curator of the Under Gallery of the National Gallery, respectively. The Second Doctor claimed a medical degree from the University of Glasgow, and the Tenth Doctor was knighted by Queen-Empress Victoria as Sir Doctor of Tardis.
From left to right: The First Doctor, the Second Doctor, the Third Doctor, the Fourth Doctor, the Watcher, the Fifth Doctor, the Sixth Doctor, the Seventh Doctor, the Eighth Doctor, the War Doctor, the Ninth Doctor, the Tenth Doctor, the Eleventh Doctor, the Twelfth Doctor, and the Valeyard.
The Doctor, the Watcher, and the Valeyard are property of the British Broadcasting Corporation.
Since it's 50 years for Doctor Who, I thought I'd see if I could put together a a reasonable likeness of Doctor Who companion Sarah Jane Smith who was played by the late Elisabeth Sladen who sadly passed away in 2011. Sarah Jane was the Doctor's companion between the Jon Pertwee & Tom Baker years of Doctor Who. While many DW fans have different favorite compionions, think most of us agree, from the classic standpoint both Sarah Jane & actress Elisabeth Sladen were the most popular in the history of Doctor Who.
God damn this painting. I started it right after the 50th anniversary, in November, and had no time to work on it and it was half finished until yesterday, because of the stress of first year in UNI...so i'm not entirely happy with this.
any way, it's done. i'm not working on this anymore, i just can't.
So, ten years ago today, Doctor Who burst back on to our screens with the fantastic Christopher Eccleston in the starring role. Here's a little tribute to the Doctor who reintroduced us all to the Whoniverse in the 21st Century.
Thanks to my friend Elle, I learned today (January 8) would have been First Doctor William Hartnell's 106th birthday. I've spoken at length about Hartnell's tenure as the Doctor, and how the show began to find its legs under his time. But what I always find fascinating about the First Doctor is going back and watching all those surviving episodes and seeing how the great love affair he has with his TARDIS is already there. I love how Matt Smith has paid tribute to this affair, using it as the backdrop when he tells those children how it all began with "a daft old man who stole a magic box".