A few weeks ago we announced that BBC America would be displaying Doctor Who fanart at the BBCA booth at San Diego Comic Con. We received an outstanding number of awesome submissions from Whovian artists and featured some on BBC America’s video cube! Which looked something like this:
(Actually it looked exactly like this)
Here’s a slideshow of all the Doctor Who fan art that was chosen to be featured. Unfortunately the music needed to be removed from the video, but maybe if we all sing doo-wee-ooo~ at the same time we’ll all be able to hear it!
A sculpture of mine, as seen at the San Diego Comic Con (get me)
(The one on the right. The one with my name)
Pleased as punch to reblog this, as I rarely reblog stuff.
I frankly never expected to see pictures of it being displayed.
Wonderful indeed and thanks for the opportunity.
So I’ve been umming and ahhhing over this one for probably well over a week now.
I wanted to give sculpting Clara a go.
Annoyingly I don’t think I did the sculpt justice, it came out a lot rougher than I originally wanted but still I think its not *that* bad.
I think I *almost* managed it, almost.
It isn’t helped by the fact she’s not an easy thing to photograph either.
I’ve become fascinated with the horse-like expressions Peter Capaldi pulls and wanted to try another one. I thought the semi-translucent quality of the Super Sculpey worked nicely as I sculpted it and so tried a much lighter painting technique. Keeping the paint to an absolute minimum.
I think it paid off somewhat.
-Good grief, so much attention for one signed photo, and so many new followers.
Hello wherever you are!
I feel compelled however to warn you of the inevitable disappointment you shall experience following me as I struggle to be even distantly interesting at best.-
Anonymous said: Hey, who turned out the lights?
You ruddy Vashta Neradas have been nicking my lightbulbs again haven’t you?
I wanted to try something a smidge different (only a smidge mind) and so have tried to capture the wonderful expression on Capaldi’s face as he struggles to clamber from his miraculously shrinking TARDIS whilst filming the new series of Doctor Who.
I don’t know if I 100% managed to capture him or not but I like it and it was done with Super Sculpey, so it goes to show you CAN get good detail from what is usually treated as a clumsy and low detail holding clay.
This took about two and a bit days to make.
Super excited about her new album “Trouble in Paradise” coming out later this month.
A series of sketches and caricatures I did whilst on my Trip to Italy…
I’m pretty happy with how they function and some took considerable amounts of blood and tears to work.