This is so Professor Zaroff doesn't recognise him in the marketplace of Atlantis (or so the notes tell me). Wasn't this particular Atlantis underground? Weren't the sunglasses a mite suspicious.
Also note lack of outlines - not sure it works when the Doctor has outlines. We'll have to see when we get to the third Doctor.
I do feel these over the head things look quite odd. In fact I think it looks quite odd leaving a little white outline around everything in general. The book doesn't say you're supposed to do that but the presentation sort of suggests you should. I'm wondering if I should go back and remove all the white outlines though...
From the Women of NASA Lego set my sister gave me for my birthday. Sally was America's first woman in space and Mae Jemison was the first woman of colour in space. Both went on to careers in Science Communication and Jemison now leads 100 Year Starship - global initiative developing a business plan to foster research into interstellar travel.
This is the first Doctor with Jill. They are wrapped up warm, presumably it is cold. Jill is, I think, a model or an air hostess (not entirely, I suspect, because of chauvanism, but because of the opportunities for outfits presented). She's a bit bigger than the Doctor - so probably something nefarious involving shrink rays is involved.
This is the first Doctor with Jane. Again wrapped up against the cold. Jane is also, I think, a model or an air hostess. The Doctor is wearing a white hat because (at least according to my Dr Who Paper Dolls book) this worked better with the special effects in The Web Planet. The shrink ray is clearly still in effect.
The First Doctor does not yet have any of his outfits - possibly fortunately the Doctor Who paper doll book has opted not to give us the basic doll figures in only their underwear. I've teamed him up with Marylin Monroe because, honestly, they would have been far more awesome together than Eleven and Marylin.