For Animated Doctor Who Reconstructions
By Garrett Gilchrist
Not for commercial use
There are 108 lost episodes of Doctor Who. Let's bring them back.
This artwork was created by Garrett Gilchrist. Doctor Who is copyright the BBC, and no infringement is intended. These images are not intended for commercial use or profit. You must contact Garrett Gilchrist and get his approval before using these images for any purpose. Email tygerbug at yahoo.com.
A First Doctor adventure with William Hartnell, Steven and Vicki
The Rill, from Galaxy 4.
Still color images from two different angles, the only angles of it known to exist as reference photos. An underappreciated Who monster, the Rill is known for its eloquent speaking voice (via translation system), its adventurous spirit, and inability to breathe oxygen. While under attack by the Drahvins, the four Rill were lucky enough to be befriended by the Doctor on an otherwise disastrous trip to Galaxy 4 .... The body was based on a Harlequin Miniature figure of the Rill, which is still available from Black Tree Design.
The Chumblies were the dangerous robot sentries and helpers of the Rill. If you want your own Chumblie to love, here's a 22 MB OBJ version - Wavefront format. You can open this in any 3D program. Also included is a nice big render of the thing.
3d Chumblie modeled by Garrett Gilchrist - OBJ format for any 3D program
If there's any demand, I might post the model broken up into a few different pieces so that it can easily be animated opening up etc.
Unfinished Rough Drawings
Maaga (Stephanie Bidmead)
Vicki - Version 2
First Doctor companion played by Maureen O'Brien. She is finished in color and ready to animate, with many alternate heads. Reference from "The Time Meddler." Vicki is in her costume from Galaxy 4. This body was originally created in 3D, then redrawn in Photoshop. I created the 3D version in Poser using DAZ's Victoria 4 character. Also works in the free DAZ Studio program.
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This artwork was created by Garrett Gilchrist. Doctor Who is copyright the BBC, and no infringement is intended. These images are not intended for commercial use or profit.
Would you like to join our team? You can get permission from artist Garrett Gilchrist to join us in animating and use this art in animated work, as long as you give credit to Garrett Gilchrist and WhoSprites and the BBC, and as long as you are legitimately using it to animate lost Doctor Who episodes from the Troughton and Hartnell eras for no profit. You can write me at tygerbug (at) yahoo.com. You must be over 18, and your work must be approved by Garrett Gilchrist before posting at Youtube or elsewhere. We reserve the right to approve or deny approval of individual projects depending on their quality. But if you can animate these images well, you can join our team!