Time to kick off my collection of Doctor Who villains! Presenting Omega, the Time Lord who decided to name himself after his exam grades. It’s the Gallifreyan equivalent of “F Minus”, which now I say out loud does sound like a good rapper name.
MC F Minus in da house, rappity rappity rap.
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I’ve got a soft spot for Peter Davison’s Fifth Doctor. Probably because his run on Doctor Who started with a couple of very strong science fiction stories – Logopolis and Castrovalva. And I think Earthshock is the definitive Cyberman story. So I started my new collection of 28mm Doctor Who miniatures with him. It’s the first time I’ve painted a representation of celery in at that scale.
“Books! The best weapons in the world!”
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Merry Christmas one and all. May your newborn messiah avoid being murdered by the Roman client-king.
It’s not Christmas without the Doctor Who Christmas Special. And I had a sharp intake of geek-breath when Imperial Fist Space Marines strode out across the festive snowscape.
Grimdark future soldiers! Just wait until they unmask and you stare into the face etched with centuries of service to the God-Emperor…
Oh, it’s Bill Bailey. Bill Bailey serving double-purpose as comic relief and exposition.
What rammed home the visual similarity for me was the Rogal Dorn yellow, and the helmets flipped up Ã la Space Crusade.
Coincidence? Or deliberate homage? Leave a comment.