Fan Art Friday – Dalek

You can even imagine that this dalek actually posed for this.

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A Sunday Afternoon with The Doctor…

A true Whovian will appreciate one artist’s take on George Seurat’s A Sunday Afternoon  on the Island of La Grande Jatte, which sneaks in a reference to what really inspired this scene:

Doctor Who TARDIS A Sunday Afternoon with the Doctor on the Island of La Grande Jatte Parody Print

The seller of this print, ParodiesLost, has this to say about it:

Few realize that Georges Seurat’s original painting was entitled A Sunday Afternoon with the Doctor on the Island of La Grande Jatte and that it prominently included a mysterious blue box. Bowing to peer pressure, however, Seurat removed the strange item from the final painting. Based on this, it has been speculated that Seurat himself traveled with at least one of the Doctor’s incarnations for a time, but no further details are known. [*]

[*]Statements may not reflect objective reality!

This clever TARDIS print is on sale via Etsy for $15.95!

Fan Video: (Are We) Human?

Check out this brilliant tribute to the 10th Doctor, aka David Tennant, featuring the song “Human” by The Killers! It’s an appropriate song for The Doctor, don’t you think?

Thanks to Tabby for sending in this brilliant video made by tjcrazy.

Who REALLY Developed the Sonic Screwdriver?

The Doctor doesn’t “grow up”, but if he ever took the form of a child, we know which one he would have been! Looks like the Sonic Screwdriver was around in the early 90s, too!

Doctor Who 10th Doctor Tommy Pickles Rugrats

Courtesy of Very Demotivational

Doctor Who Fan Art

Wonderfully talented Alice Zhang has created some really Doctor Who art of Pond and Rory.  I’m sure there’s more splendid art works of Doctor Who characters and I’m intent on finding them.  For now, here you go.

Check out the piece that Alice did of Matt Smith.

Doctor Who Fan Art

Just thought I’d share from Tumblr fan art.  Thought this one was quite cool.

Image by Izziecat, via TheTardis, reblogged by Mellarky.

 

Video: William Hartnell and the Three Doctors

Here’s an interesting video about the first doctor, played by William Hartnell.  It goes into how how he was able to work on the Three Doctors even though his health was deteriorating.

I also thought the following artwork is a spectacular rendition of Doctor Who 1.

Artwork by nightwing1975 at DeviantART