“I wanted to see the univers, so I stole a Time Lord and ran away. And you were the only one mad enough.”
Love Idris. She’s awesome, so I drew her, and a crappy TARDIS. I’ve never been good at anything other than people.
My entry for the BBC America Halloween Costume Contest—me as Idris from “The Doctor’s Wife”.
(The official Doctor Who Tumblr reblogged a photo of this costume while it was still in progress—this is the final result!)
Photo by Christa Newman.
Reblogging for great justice.
All the deets on the BBC America Halloween Costume Contest (#HalloWHOeen) over here. You have until October 18th to enter!
A-Z of Doctor Who: IDRIS
(In-progress Idris costume.)
Still sort of shaking and crying in amazement over this.
The Doctor’s Wife by Aimeemajor.
Im going to make Idris’ tardis costume!!!!!!!!!! So currently me and mother are sat here watching The Doctor’s Wife and working out what materials its made out of. Im glad my mom accepts my geekiness!!!
Good summer project. Anyone else making an Idris costume?
I better stop now before I spend all night on this, I just loved last night’s episode and it made me less ashamed of shipping The Doctor/Tardis
warning: ridiculously huge, I accidentally drew the line-out while zoomed out orz
Does Doctor Who demand a particular acting style?
“I’ve been told I was good at shakey-shakey acting. And I didn’t know I was doing shakey-shakey acting. Matt was particularly impressed with my shakey-shakey. He was like, ‘Yeah, man, that’s really good!’ Karen’s really good at windy-windy acting. There’s lots of wind involved in Doctor Who, isn’t there? Lots of things happen and they put a wind machine on you. All the scary stuff is like second nature to them. I think you’ve got to be fearless. If it’s greenscreen and you can’t actually see what you’re acting with, or you’re imagining that you’re being chased, to be fearless is the best thing, because if you do it half-hearted, then it just looks a bit wet.”