Yesterday I went looking for the paper doll book, confident that I had stashed it somewhere accessible, but could not find it.
It was on the kitchen table...
Anyway, only a day late, here is the Seventh Doctor in his duffel coat. I observed that some of the white was intended to cover the umbrella so I have compromised on my "no white outline" policy by leaving that bit of white outline in place. I'm not sure about the head that exists just to have a strange expression. In principle I think this is a clever idea, but the actual expression doesn't strike me as particularly quintessentially seventh Doctor.
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.
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.