WhoSprites
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.

Patrick Troughton
The Second Doctor


Patrick Troughton - version 24

Finished for animation as a complete set of 67 different color heads. "Salamander" version also available. He has a wide range of expression, really capturing the character in many, many moods. Reference from "The Mind Robber." Costume reference from "Tomb of the Cybermen." Each leg and arm was created separately from the main body, so that the entire body is jointed in seven parts, and completely animatable in Flash, After Effects, Toon Boom, Anime Studio, or any 2D program.



Patrick Troughton - version 8

This versatile sprite comes with 35 different heads and mouths and a variety of facial expressions. Reference from "The Invasion." Jointed bodies available including Power of the Daleks and normal versions. Also a crouching body.



Patrick Troughton - Side View
Finished for animation as a complete set of 17 color heads. Reference from "The Web of Fear." Jointed bodies available including Power of the Daleks and normal versions.



Patrick Troughton - version 15

So far, one head is finished in color. Costume reference from "Tomb of the Cybermen."



Patrick Troughton - version 20

So far, one head is finished in color. Reference from "Tomb of the Cybermen."


Jointed bodies for Moho/Anime Studio animation:






Poseable 2D bodies for Evil of the Daleks Jamie, Victoria and Patrick Troughton were created as PNG and JPEG image files. All three characters are depicted from the front, side and 3/4 back, with their limbs separated out so that they can be posed and moved around, cutout animation style. For my Evil of the Daleks animation, I animated these bodies using Moho (which is now Anime Studio), adding bones and creating a skeleton so that the joints of the limbs could bend.







Patrick Troughton - version 9

So far, one head is finished in color. Reference from "The Invasion."





Patrick Troughton - version 10

So far, one head is finished in color. Reference from "The Invasion."




3/4 back view of Troughton.






Playing the recorder ...

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Older, Retired Sprites



Patrick Troughton - version 7
Older, Retired Sprite

This older, now retired sprite comes with 22 different heads, finished in color, and a headless partial body. Reference from "Tomb of the Cybermen."





Patrick Troughton - Version 6
Older, Retired Sprite

This older, now retired sprite comes with 15 different heads, and a headless partial body. Reference from "The Evil of the Daleks."




Here's a huge (100 MBish) file. It contains some CGI bodies for Patrick Troughton. There's a 360 degree turnaround, a lying down pose with two focal lengths and a cloak, and a bunch of hand-acting poses. (A lot actually, which is why it's so big. These poses were rendered as an animation - the timing is poor so it doesn't really work as an animation, but the poses are useful.)

CGI bodies for Patrick Troughton

Troughton Suit Texture for James' business suit (Poser 6)
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Unfinished Rough Drawings






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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 artwork 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!