Doctor Who colourisations

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a dalek with no pupils is like a teacher with no pupils
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Calm, relaxed, and probably alcoholic?

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DalekCheese wrote:
Thu Apr 16, 2020 12:00 pm
Calm, relaxed, and probably alcoholic?

Edit: guys, opinions on the new banner?
Please stop, change it now, I can't stop laughing 😂
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I'd say keep the background if nothing else. It makes it stand out compared to the block colours and simple gradients.
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TheSparrow wrote:
Thu Apr 16, 2020 12:04 pm
DalekCheese wrote:
Thu Apr 16, 2020 12:00 pm
Calm, relaxed, and probably alcoholic?

Edit: guys, opinions on the new banner?
Please stop, change it now, I can't stop laughing 😂
Ok
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Deborah J wrote:
Thu Apr 16, 2020 9:08 am
It's better than anything I could do during that time, for sure, shows promise. The subtle colouring on Victoria's jacket is good, though with the high saturation on the ice warrior it does kind of lose your eye.
Thanks, I agree the Iceboi did turn out a bit 'in your face'. I think I did improve more later on but I moved onto non-who stuff so shouldn't really post it here, and then stopped altogether. Maybe I should get back into it.
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Thu Apr 16, 2020 9:10 am
How are you guys doing these?
They look so good!
Personally I've always used a programme from the 90's called Paint Shop Pro 6, I still do to this day, all the TCoS stuff and other shenanigans were made with it, as was my colourisation. It's a solid programme, if out-dated.
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I did another one. Pretty pleased with this one, especially the skintones.

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That’s turned out brilliant, Debs.
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I love Pertwee's style so much. He's amazing - and a brilliant job on the colour 👌
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