purplecat: The Eighth Doctor (Who:Eight)

Paper Doll of the Eighth Doctor in his Night of the Doctor outfit
The Eighth Doctor gets shoes!

Also, I think I may be getting the hang of this (7 doctors after I decided to stop leaving white bits). Some white outlines are left, some have been removed.
purplecat: The Eighth Doctor (Who:Eight)

Eight Doctor Paper Doll with a green coat, sonic screwdriver, but no shoes
But still has no shoes.

I've been a little snippy about some of these dolls recently, so I shall pause here to note that this coat properly covers the shirt sleeves underneath and that, in general, I have no complaints about this outfit at all.
purplecat: The Seventh Doctor (Who:Seven)

Seventh Doctor paper doll with hat and dark jacket

This is, at one and the same time, both exciting and disappointing. Exciting because it is just the jacket, so the trousers are the same ones as for the base doll! So at last we have something that is more an item of clothing and less just another doll stuck over the top of the last one. Disappointing because the question mark umbrella doesn't adequately cover the previous umbrella and I'm not sure it would even if I were not cutting off the white outlines!

The head is odd too - but I think that is inevitable given the top of the hat has to line up with the top of the head underneath given the placement of the attachment tabs.
purplecat: The Sixth Doctor (Who:Six)

Sixth Doctor Doll in his blue cape from Revelation of the Daleks.  Plus fluffy hair from Trial of a Time Lord.
I know I should have put the floofy hair with last week's outfit. I wasn't concentrating. I shall claim it is because I do not rate Colin Baker's floofy hair even though I rate Peter Capaldi's floofy hair (though even that I thought was a bit too floofy at the very end).
purplecat: The Sixth Doctor (Who:Six)

Paper Doll of Colin Baker: Trousers and Waistcoat but no coat.  He has his hands on his hips and looks a bit cross.  Probably because of the lack of a coat.
You were all waiting for this one with baited breath, I am sure, and yet you will have to wait a little longer to see him in his full glory.
purplecat: Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor (Who:Five)

A paper doll of the fifth doctor in the pierrot costume from Black Orchid
The trousers don't actually cover the legs of the underlying trousers properly but a) you can't see that in this photo and b) you already know that these paper dolls are inadequate as paper dolls.
purplecat: Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor (Who:Five)

There was a hat too, but I think you've seen enough Doctor Who paper dolls with slightly freaky detachable heads....
purplecat: The Fourth Doctor (Who:Four)

Paper Doll of the Fourth Doctor in his outfit from Talons of Weng-Chiang, complete with deerstalker
This is not so much a disaster as the last Fourth Doctor outfit, partly because I have not cut out the card between the legs. Even so you can see some bits of scarf showing through.

Tom Baker

Sep. 25th, 2018 07:49 pm
purplecat: The Fourth Doctor (Who:Four)

Cut out paper doll of the fourth Doctor
This seems slightly out of proportion to me, while the doll doesn't. I must have had the phone at a strange angle.
purplecat: The Third Doctor (Who:Three)

Three Paper Dolls of Doctors 1, 2 and 3.  3 is wearing a read coat cape type thing
All the Paper Doctors are out for REASONS - Reasons mostly to do with impressing G.'s friends, as I understand matters.
purplecat: The second Doctor reading his 500 year diary. (Who:Two)

The Second Doctor Paper Doll.  Outfit consists of a long grey cloak, a grey bandana and sunglasses
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.
purplecat: The second Doctor reading his 500 year diary. (Who:Two)

Photo of a paper doll second doctor holding his recorder. Photo of a paper doll second doctor holding his recorder but now he has a new head overlaid, complete with stove pipe hat.

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...


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