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Eighth sketch from saturday/sunday's stream!
Commissioned by , who asked for a pic of the 13th Doctor Who, holding her
thrombic modulator Sonic Screwdriver. I gotta admit I've never been into Dr. Who, and now it seems like it's waaaaaay too long for me to get into, but hey, I did get into Star Trek just a few years ago, it might be possible... Some day >3>
I made sure to add the proper detail on her clothes, it actually does has a lot of subtle little details that be might be taken for granted while drawing, I even made sure to add her earrings, though you might need to zoom in to look at them properly.
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That would be quite a task to start at the *very* beginning - considering some episodes are missing and all. How about starting with the series re-start in 2005? Still lots, but not nearly as bad.
Haaaah, I take my time with these sort of things, I usually like to watch films and series I haven't watched before while doing the colouring on the stuff I draw, since it's the stage that requires the least amount of attention, I watched Star Trek on and off, sometimes binging one of the shows, sometimes taking like a multi month long hiatus, and it took me years to watch it all. And that considering I haven't watched the latest show, STD, since as the acronym indicates it doesn't look particularly appealing.
Oh, of course! I josh! It is far better to go slow with these things. I, myself, am going through Star Trek: Deep Space 9 at the rate of about two episodes a week, if I'm lucky. And while I haven't seen STD yet, I imagine it's very - catchy.
Ooh, Deep Space 9 is my favourite of the Star Trek shows, though the final season gets kinda lacking towards the final half.
Morn has the best one liners of any show I've seen though, that's for sure.
I'll get around catching up with STD eventually, is just kinda... Demotivating.
Technically there's three, but only the 1996 TV movie is canon. It was made as an attempt to bring the show back after it had been cancelled in 1989. It featured the regeneration the Seventh Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) into the Eighth (Paul McGann). There were two other movies in the 1960's, but they were reimaginings of the first two serials featuring the Daleks, and not part of the actual continuity.