Clay Fifth Doctor set

Back from Gallifrey One, where I put together these four figures with the hopes that they'd sell at the convention since all four actors were there this year. Alas, only the Doctor sold, though this means you get the chance to own one yourself! I'm still considering myself on hiatus with making these figures, so I don't know when I might have more available!


I brilliantly forgot to take a shot of all four of them together, so this is a photoshop I did of them together.
(I only finished Nyssa the night before the con.)

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Clay Evan Lysacek

One of my close friends has recently become quite involved in men's figure skating, especially with some of the Olympic contenders. As a result, I've seen a lot of pictures and footage of them. It got me quite interested in the dynamics of some of their moves, which led me to wonder if I could create a clay figure that stood on one leg, leaning as they do. This was exciting as I had been unable to create a clay figure (due to lack of inspiration) for about a year. Since achieving the pose was my main goal, I set my friend babel on a hunt to find me the skater with the least complicated costume. Now, there may be even less complicated costumes out there, but I was somewhat at the mercy of the skaters she likes, and I honestly didn't want to do something completely plain. I also told her I refused to create anything with red in it. (Red clay is the bane of my existence.) Anyway, we finally narrowd it down to two of Evan Lysacek's costumes, and in the end this one won out. That it's the one he wore when he won the gold medal in the recently 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics really is just a happy accident.

Anyway, I present to you a clay version of Olympic gold medal winner Evan Lysacek!



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Evan is for sale for $50 + S&H.

Six & Ten (Split)

I've been a bit behind on my commissions (more than I'd like to be anyway), but I finished two orders recently and thought I'd take pictures and share, even though they're just recreations of ones I've already made. So, here are "version two" of The Sixth Doctor and the Tenth Doctor. These are going to two different people for two different orders, but I decided to post them both in one post. Hope no one minds.

Honestly, I don't know how you people feel about me posting recreations. If I'd made them look differently, I wouldn't feel so bad reposting the same basic design, but both orders wanted as close to the originals figures as I could make. But if it's annoying I'll do it less. Anyway.



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The Ten Doctors

Woohoo! I got them all done in time! The con is tomorrow and here are all ten of them! :D I love them all but I hope I don't bring any of them back. XD



This image is only 600 pixels on the longest side but all of the rest are 1000 and there are nine of them, so dial up users, you have been warned.

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The First Doctor

Here's the last Doctor I needed to make for Gallifrey One! It's William Hartnell as the First Doctor. I'm not as happy with him as I could be, but that's all right, I suppose. I wanted to make him sort of leaning back and he looks strangely short instead, ah well. I'm done and that's about all I really care about as the con is on Friday. Wish me luck! I'll post a picture of all ten of them later. :)

(As ever, the TARDIS is a purchased coin bank.)



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The Second Doctor

Continuing my attempts to get all ten Doctors made for Gallifrey One in February, here is Patrick Troughton as the Second Doctor. This is also my favorite Doctor, so I reserve the right to add a few more pictures of him than I would otherwise. He came out really cute, I think. He's so little! It'll be hard to sell him at the con, ahahaha.

(As ever, the TARDIS is a purchased coin bank.)



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The Third Doctor

Continuing my attempts to get all ten Doctors made for Gallifrey One in February, here is Jon Pertwee's Third Doctor. I know this isn't the costume everyone and their mother always depicts him in, but Invasion of the Dinosaurs is my favorite Pertwee serial, and I love the way he looks in blue. So, that's what I depicted him in. :D It looks smashing against the TARDIS.

(The TARDIS is a purchased coin bank.)



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The Fourth Doctor

Continuing my attempts to get all ten Doctors made for Gallifrey One in February, here is Tom Baker's Fourth Doctor. He was a lot of fun to make, and the scarf wasn't QUITE as hard as I had anticipated, though I think I'll make it thicker next time. Got to love his manic expression. I accidentally used the wrong clay on his bag so it baked pink instead of white, but ah well. I may color it or paint it later. Anyway :D

(The TARDIS is a purchased coin bank.)



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Clay Fifth Doctor

Continuing my attempts to get all ten Doctors made for Gallifrey One in February, here is Peter Davison's Fifth Doctor. He was delightfully "easy" to make (no curls or waves in his hair thankfully!), and I think he came out well. He may be my favorite of the lot, so far. XD Davison's face just lends itself well to chibification.

(The TARDIS is a purchased coin bank.)



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Clay Eighth Doctor

For Gallifrey One in February, I decided to try to put together all ten Doctors from Doctor Who. This is Paul McGann's Eighth Doctor, based off his TV Movie appearance. I'm not Eight's biggest fan, but I do like him and love that the new series had made him canon. I really like McGann and wish he had been given more to work with. I thought giving him the pocket watch with no hands would be fun. (Though don't look too close--I ran out of room.) Now that Eight is done, I am officially half way to my goal of making all ten!

(The TARDIS is a purchased coin bank.)



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