General thread – fan creativity
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18 January 2014 at 21:51 #24404
Cross my hearts and hope to die
The XV Doctor Remembers…20 January 2014 at 15:03 #24487Anonymous @22 January 2014 at 23:43 #2455323 January 2014 at 09:08 #24558thommck @thommck23 January 2014 at 11:26 #2456123 January 2014 at 17:24 #24568javakate @javakate
A Doctor Who piece from a dedicated fan, and a pretty fantastic site in general.
I invite you to “Like” us on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ilisteniwatch — and contribute to the blog.23 January 2014 at 20:31 #24570
Hi @javakate and welcome!!
Wow – I see you’re a fan of several Doctors including Colin Baker!
Well no one will hold it against you I promise, but head over to the Face of the Doctor thread and stand up for him (he gets a bit of a hard ride from some – especially anyone who lived through the inimitable Tom Baker!)
🙂25 January 2014 at 00:53 #24617slipkid08 @slipkid08
Limited Doctor Who T-shirt run!
Hurry!! 9 Days ONLY!25 January 2014 at 02:27 #24618javakate @javakate
Hi @whisht — and thank you for the friendly welcome. I will definitely try to give Colin Baker some love via the Face of the Doctors thread. Honestly, I have a bit of a nostalgic connection to the 6th Doctor. He was able to reel me into the show at a very young age, and I have to admire him for that. I am glad I found my way to this site and look forward to reading through the various thoughts and ideas concerning all things Doctor Who.25 January 2014 at 15:33 #24655Anonymous @26 January 2014 at 11:50 #24692
http://bluepenciladventures.deviantart.com/art/My-Doctors-41624490626 January 2014 at 22:57 #24720mrskatiebell @mrskatiebell28 January 2014 at 20:34 #24827Anonymous @
By John Cooper30 January 2014 at 07:47 #24873Anonymous @
I couldn’t resist any longer so I’ve jumped on the ‘doctoring The Doctor’s costume’ bandwagon.30 January 2014 at 14:07 #2487730 January 2014 at 18:03 #24884hollahbrace @hollahbrace
Hi there, if you’re interested in fan fiction and creativity please check out this fantastic project!
The short film/homage is called Another Day, Another Dimension and is a collaboration between the students of Coryton Primary School Cardiff and The University of South Wales. Your support for the project would mean a lot to the students! Please “like” and follow our Facebook and Twitter pages mentioned above for news relating to the project and where you can buy merchandise and DVDs.
*Note: We are not associated with the BBC*31 January 2014 at 17:11 #24905Andryjudas @andryjudas
amazing!31 January 2014 at 19:11 #249081 February 2014 at 16:49 #249331 February 2014 at 18:20 #24936Anonymous @
Aaagh, Weeping Beakers. What ever you do, don’t ‘meep’ 🙂2 February 2014 at 10:57 #249392 February 2014 at 13:54 #249473 February 2014 at 02:03 #24958Anonymous @3 February 2014 at 10:15 #249684 February 2014 at 16:42 #25001
@fatmaninabox Loving your ‘Saucy Daleks’…
Doctor Who gang by Jelizaveta
http://www.deviantart.com/art/Doctor-Who-gang-02-2014-4315755084 February 2014 at 17:14 #250047 February 2014 at 16:48 #25074
cheezburger8 February 2014 at 22:05 #25116mrb2000 @mrb2000
I found some Blueprints for the TARDIS online and created a type of Blueprint compilation!9 February 2014 at 11:12 #2512910 February 2014 at 15:22 #25172
‘The Tum of the Howl’ by wolfweed13 February 2014 at 14:35 #25272Anonymous @
by West End Producer16 February 2014 at 14:24 #2535719 February 2014 at 11:29 #25452ManeshMistry @maneshmistry
I am writing to you to give my thoughts and to offer my suggestions about the science-fiction drama “Doctor Who”
An idea has been created and titled “A Wild Endeavour” and I believe it to be incredibly impressive. I would therefore wish for it to become a reality rather than a simple idea that is waved away by the producers of Doctor Who and the BBC. Details regarding A Wild Endeavour can be found on their website (http://www.awildendeavour.com/) and on their Twitter account (https://twitter.com/AWildEndeavour).
Other Whovians alongside myself also find the idea of A Wild Endeavour quite attractive and would love it if the original idea of it becoming a new Doctor Who spin-off series becomes a reality.
The problem that A Wild Endeavour is faced with, however, is that only a very small amount of people are aware of it and it also requires a great deal of funding at a short notice just to increase its chances of growing. Further details on how to support the cause can be found here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/573935592/who-is-who-a-wild-endeavour-the-pilot-episode
You can also support A Wild Endeavour here too: https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/8960-doctor-who-a-wild-endeavour?locale=en
If you can in any way help promote A Wild Endeavour, you will receive the greatest gratitude from myself and many others. In my opinion, I think that A Wild Endeavour has the potential to be the next big Doctor Who spin-off series after the likes of “Torchwood” and “The Sarah Jane Adventures” With this in mind, the idea must be shared and promoted massively across the globe. Please help spread the word to all the Whovians around the world!
Thank you in advance and please do not hesitate to reply to me via e-mail, my Twitter account (https://twitter.com/ManeshMistry98) or contact A Wild Endeavour through their Twitter account.
Manesh Mistry.19 February 2014 at 12:37 #25458timetunnelmedia @timetunnelmedia
The Second Doctor returns to do battle with the Ice Warriors in a frozen London. Listen as the monster era of Doctor is lovingly brought back to life. Christopher Thomson stars as the Second Doctor (originally played by Patrick Troughton), a performance which has been credited by impressionist Jon Culshaw (BBC’s ‘Dead Ringers’, ITV’s ‘2DTV’ and BBC One’s ‘The Impressions Show.
This production is non-profit and is a tribute to the popular BBC Television Series ‘Doctor Who’ – No infringement intended. All rights belong to their rightful owners.
Christopher Thomson as the Doctor
Allan Rafferty as Scott Simmons
Benji Clifford as Captain Durant
David Nagel as Patrick Simmons
Christopher Johnson as Lord Kryzon
Lewis Ryan as Commander Yckrar
Benji Clifford as Lieutenant Slarak
Written by Christopher Thomson
Audio Design & Music by Benji Clifford
EPISODE ONE LINK: https://timetunnelpro.bandcamp.com/track/doctor-who-red-snow-episode-1
EPISODE TWO LINK: https://timetunnelpro.bandcamp.com/track/doctor-who-red-snow-episode-2
If you like what you hear please find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/timetunnelmedia19 February 2014 at 22:02 #25485Anonymous @
I have a college project due in tomorrow on Doctor Who and I really need your help as soon as possible.
What would be an iconic image for the new doctor? I need to write a description on what image should be used (an iconic image) to showcase the new doctor, the twelfth doctor.
I would really appreciate any help.
Please private message me, It would be most appreciated.19 February 2014 at 22:56 #25490Anonymous @
@Zenum – pomelos are cool.20 February 2014 at 05:41 #25511FaeGrl @faegrl
I’m not sure if I can claim this as “art”, but I’m a huge fan of the game called “The Sims” and of course I’ve used replicas of the Tardis in my game. Now, the Tardis console was not created by me, but another fan. However, I’m the one who created the best Tenth Doctor I could with the program and I put together the outside of the Tardis myself… one side is missing, as it goes into the building to create an illusion of a huge ship inside, which the Sim can only get to by walking through the doors of the Tardis. 🙂
AND… an explanation to my avatar here… it’s me as a Sim, in front of the background scene of The Medusa Cascade! I think the tear in the fabric of space and time is very pretty, in general.22 February 2014 at 07:36 #256391celo12 @1celo12
I am The Waffle King of Physics
I stayed up too late one one night and decided to write this theory on the Higgs Field and what it has to do with time, space, black-holes and wibbly wobbly stuff. See if you like it and reply with thoughts.
Link here22 February 2014 at 14:32 #25649bascule @bascule
I made this a few days ago. Started with a cheap 60cm x 30cm LED light panel from ebay, it took me a couple of hours in all – hope you like it.
Here’s a link to the full set of pics, please feel free to share.22 February 2014 at 21:21 #25678Anonymous @
@bascule – Do you know what I think? That’s one hell of a scary crack on your wall 😮
Love it!23 February 2014 at 00:09 #25684spidersid @spidersid23 February 2014 at 03:30 #25685
Does anyone have any images of the Star Trek – Doctor Who crossover comic that IDW released!?
That thing’s eluded me like the plague…23 February 2014 at 17:27 #2570424 February 2014 at 02:46 #25711
@wolfweed Thanks a bunch! My laptop’s been stuck on Bing, and I dare not sully a search for Matt Smith’s adventures with a Bing-generated response. (Shudders)
On a related note, has anyone here seen WHOLOCK on Youtube yet!?24 February 2014 at 11:53 #25716
You can preview or buy it here:
Not sure how else to help other than spend half a day pasting all the images somewhere.
I’ve seen the graphic novel and personally I think it’s the worst bit of Who merchandise going.24 February 2014 at 16:29 #25719Anonymous @
Was in two minds about posting this as I really do think it belongs in the ‘quite crap’ wavelength, but hey ho… can’t win em all….
@wolfweed — tend to agree about Assimilation. Thought it was pretty dire myself.24 February 2014 at 22:56 #25741
What makes you say that it’s the worst piece of merchandise out there? I think it’s brilliant, crossing over two large-scale science fiction shows together!
It’s like, the day Peanut Butter met Chocolate… It just seems to work, no?25 February 2014 at 02:37 #25744
@zoobydow – As a concept, it’s not really to my taste but each to their own. But I prefer the look of this issue of ‘Insurrection Squared’ to ‘Assimilation’. I prefer the art and the retro Cybermen. Not seen a copy of this one locally yet to fully judge it though.
Find some more of the artwork here:
I forgot to say – I’ve seen Wholock and did enjoy it . It was cleverly comped.
@jimthefish – He’s just got a wonky eye but you could fix that. I really like the way you’ve done the hair. Spot on.25 February 2014 at 14:13 #25761Anonymous @
@wolfweed — cheers. You’re right, it is the eye, tho I think the whole thing is probably a bit on the wonky side.
With regards to Assimilation, I find it’s seldom that crossovers really work that well and while Who and Trek might superficially seem like a good idea, when you get down to it they are kind of incompatible. There were some nice flourishes to it though. The ‘flashback’ episode done in vaguely TV comic style, seeing the likes of the Judoon and Klingons after Cyberconversion and the like. I also liked the fact that it made the Cybermen kick-ass unstoppable again (unlike the TV series of late).
Sorry, @zoobydow, there was just something kind of jarring about the whole concept for my liking but it’s just very much a personal thing. Having said that, it might be an interesting starting point. Once you’ve got the woo-hoo it’s the Doctor meeting Captain Picard schtick out of the way, maybe they’ll be able to deepen and twist the mythologies of both series in interesting ways. Take Picard on a bona fide TARDIS trip to take him out of his comfort zone a bit maybe, that kind of thing…26 February 2014 at 03:45 #25774
@jimthefish I can’t help but see some cohesive functionality to the whole Trek meets Who motif. I mean, sure… The Enterprise and her crew tend to focus on more sociological morals, but come on. The idea of Picard encountering the very thing he’s not accustomed to — the ludricous, mad-as-a-hatter nature of The Doctor and his eccentricities — might just be more than a simple piece of dual-fan service.
Picard’s known to us as a man of ideals and morals, and to the same extent, so is The Doctor. Picard has responsibility on his side, as opposed to The Doctor’s spontaneity… The whole Who-TNG saga could be fleshed out SO MUCH MORE…
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