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[MOC] - First and Second Doctor Who Brickheadz

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Hello Lego-Whovians!

I've started watching the classic Who episodes and decided to design new Brickheadz figure for each new Doctor I encounter.

So, here are the William Hartnell's First and Patrick Troughton's Second Doctors in this cute cubical form.

1and2

The final design was achieved through a dozen of prototypes with a help of a really useful Stud.io program

First

Here are the early prototypes of the figures. You may easily spot the changes I've made later.

The First Doctor

D1

Made in B&W (and shade of grey) as TV shows back then were not so colorful as nowadays. He has his walking stick, scarf and hat for the Tenth Planet. Numerous slopes are used to show his flowing white hair. One of the hardest part was making his checkered pants. Figure also has rounded cheeks to make his face less standart.

 

The Second Doctor

D2

Also in Black&White. Has hes flute-recorder, bowtie and a handkerchief in a pocket. You may notice that I had to use the old dark grey to make his striped pants. Quarter-round tiles are used to make his angry browa for a more recognizable face.

 

As the models were made in Stud.io, I've made instructions for them too, links are here if you need them: 

https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-137690/CogInTheMachine/brickheadz-first-doctor-william-hartnell/#details

https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-142487/CogInTheMachine/brickheadz-second-doctor-patrick-troughton/#details

Edited by cyberdyne systems

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Love these designs, they look cute and recognisable. :grin: Appreciate the fact that you made them in black and white. Good job! :pir-thumb:

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These look great! I also just finished watching all of the First and Second Doctor's eras the other day and you've really captured their likenesses. I love the use of old/new grey to capture more detail while sticking with the classic black and while color tones. 

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Oh my giddy aunt! These are wonderful! :pir-wench: People combining Lego and the early Doctors is a rare sight but one which always sparks joy (I think the last time I saw a Troughton MOC was a webcomic fifteen years ago or so that has been lost to the Internet aether)

Love the use of old and new greys, something which isn't often seen but definitely has its place as a technique.

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