WhoSprites
For Animated Doctor Who Reconstructions
By Garrett Gilchrist

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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.

The Tenth Planet
A First Doctor Adventure starring William Hartnell, Ben Jackson, and Polly Breckingham Wright





General Cutler - Version 2

General Cutler. Supporting character played by Robert Beatty in The Tenth Planet. Finished for animation in color with 23 alternate heads.






Barclay - Version 2

Supporting character from "The Tenth Planet." Played by David Dodimead. Finished for animation in color with 20 alternate heads.







John Dyson

Supporting character played by Dudley Jones in The Tenth Planet. Finished for animation with 25 alternate color heads.




3D Tenth Planet Cyberman -



For you 3D artists, here is a PZ3 Poser file. May require a DAZ Michael 3 base, and a Spider-man mask. You can email me at tygerbug (at) yahoo.com if you're doing a serious Tenth Planet project and need help with these. Uses Adam Bullock's Tenth Planet Cyberman head and chestpiece.

Tenth Planet Cyberman pieces for Poser


Textures for the Ice Warrior and Tenth Planet Cyberman







CGI Backgrounds for The Tenth Planet 4
By Aaron J. Climas

Aaron J. Climas (ColonelBarker) became the first person ever to animate a full lost episode of Doctor Who in CGI when he created his version of The Tenth Planet 4, as posted in the forum at Who3D.co.uk. He has been kind enough to render for us some large backgrounds of the sets from his production.





Polly - CGI Bodies and Walk Cycles
First/Second Doctor companion played by Anneke Wills. Hairstyle and costume from "The Tenth Planet" and the beginning of "Power of the Daleks." These are CGI bodies created in Poser and intended to be used with the available heads for Polly, such as Polly version 5. They include several walk cycles as well as various standing poses from various angles. I believe this is built on the Poser 4 female and was given to me by Nod at Who3D.





Ben Jackson body from The Tenth Planet - also suitable for Ben version 4. Also available - the winter coat from The Tenth Planet. I used the Uzilite Long Sweater for Michael 3 to create his shirt. Textures for Poser:

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bentp4turtleneckbump 2.2M


Adam Bullock's various Anim8or models - I used parts of his Tenth Planet Cyberman to make mine. These use the free (and very easy to use) Windows program Anim8or, from which they can be converted to OBJ or 3DS for use in other 3D programs like Poser, DAZ etc.



Unfinished Rough Drawings




Barclay [David Dodimead]


Older, Retired Sprites




General Cutler - Version 1

Supporting character from "The Tenth Planet." He currently only exists as line art, and a single greyscale image and greyscale layer.






Barclay ("Tech") - Version 1

Supporting character from "The Tenth Planet." He currently only exists as line art, and a single greyscale image and greyscale layer. He appears with and without glasses.






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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!