Here’s some Doctor Who nails I did in sort of a minimalist style. I used only one tool and the nail art brushes, so it’s kinda shaky but I loved it (I did this over a week ago so I don’t have it on anymore, I took it off to go rock climbing)
Created by YA author Patrick Ness, the Doctor Who spinoff began filming in Cardiff in April.
The eight-part series will premiere in the UK on BBC Three this autumn and in the US on BBC America later this year.
Class will also air on BBC One in the UK following its online debut.
The show’s cast includes Greg Austin, Fady Elsayed, Sophie Hopkins and Vivian Oparah as four Sixth Formers, with Katherine Kelly (Coronation Street) playing a “powerful” teacher at Coal Hill School and Doctor Who actor Nigel Betts reprising the role of Mr Armitage.
Peter Capaldi is also believe to have filmed a cameo role in Class as the Doctor.
I’ve been running my edits through the Prisma photo editing app and the more I do the more I realise that an animated Doctor Who series (especially if it was of Big Finish stories) could be a thing of pure wonder, if done well…..
Dalek: Identify your self Cybermen: You will identify first Dalek: state your identity Cybermen: You will identify first Dalek: DALEK DO NOT TAKE ORDERS Cybermen: You have identify as DALEK
Cybermen: You have declare war opon the cybermen Dalek: This is not war, this is Pest Control Cybermen: We have 5,000,000 Cybermen. How many are you? Dalek: Four Cybermen: You will destroy the cyberman with four daleks ? Dalek: We will destroy the cyberman with ONE DALEK. You are superior in a only ONE respect. Cyberman: What is that ? Dalek: You are better in Dying
Series 10 cast announcement! Acting legend David Suchet will play the Landlord in an episode written by Mike Bartlett.
David Suchet is best known for playing Agatha Christie’s Belgian
detective, Hercule Poirot, in the ITV drama series. He played Augustus
Melmotte in the 2001 British serial The Way We Live Now, a role which won him the Broadcasting Press Guild and Royal Television Society best actor awards.
Haven’t watched Doctor Who in a while (that damn episode where Moon is a giant egg of a space creature who immediately lays another egg of the exact same size as itself once it hatched was the last straw), but this exchange always makes me smile.