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In honor of Doctor Who returning this saturday I present to you this little photoshop project i’ve been working on. The premise is what if the TARDIS mixes up control rooms on the classic Doctor’s. The TARDIS has hinted in the past that the old Control Rooms are never really delete,  just archived. She has also said due to the fact it’s a time machine she has also archived Control Rooms that haven’t been created yet.  

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Finally upload these guys, huzzah! A little shout out to those folks who like gents in historical clothing as much as I do. Took advantage of the Doctor’s timey wimey time travels and placed him in different eras (mainly to see if i can pull it off. I think I did, did I?)

Anyway, here’s 9,10,11, and 12 in the clothing of Philip II of Spain (1598-1621), Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor (1792-1806), Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Prince Consort (tenure 1840-1861), and Nicholas II of Russia (1894-1917) respectively. This is done purely to see if I can do it and for a bit of fun and in no way is meant to compare the characters to historical figures.

So yeah. If anyone’s interested in purchasing prints of these guys, leave me a message. Sadly, I will only be able to entertain those who are in the Philippines but I’ll keep you guys posted when I get around to making a Society6 account. Cheers for now!

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The way we see it… Time is Relative.

Debuting…

Marty McFly!

Dr. Emmett ’Doc’ Brown!

And the 1955, plan to get Marty HOME!

Gotta get back in time!

“GREAT SCOTT!”

“This is Heavy…”

Happy October 21, 2015! HAPPY Back to the Future Day!

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Peter Capaldi got a standing ovation in Sydney at this morning’s #DWWorldTour event!

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I programmed my ghost to say them because that’s what my ghost had said. And the only reason I created my ghost-hologram in the first place was because I saw it here. I was reverse engineering the narrative. When did I first have those ideas, Clara?

Time - the experience of length of time is imagined linear but the charting of the time passing is circular - the clock, the months, the year/orbit.

And so not surprisingly in the words of Dr.Who: “People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but actually from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint - it’s more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly… time-y wimey… stuff.”