Exterminate by SamTherapy ()
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My new housekeeper arrived today. Them cats had better watch their step. ;)
Can't remember where the Dalek came from, but the shiny stuff added to it is from ShadowDaleCreations' Magic Mirror. Photography is by me.
Thanks for taking a look. Say hello to Doris the Dalek. :)
Image Comments (23)
I must agree with ilona; I can even see the faint reflection of vegetation in its "skirt" slats. That's what "sells" it for me. I noticed you employed the color scheme from their debut in 1963, polished aluminum with powder blue sensor domes. Looks like this particular travel machine has just come off the assembly line. It's too clean and polished to have engaged in combat. However, if it encounters the Doctor, that'll change soon enough! ;-) Sincerely, Bill
lol what a kool picture can i let you into a secret when i was akid i used to be a big fan of dr who , and i loved the darleks exterminat and all that and i got one as a gift one xmas and when my mum put the battiers in and it said exterminate and moved i really shit myself lol , it was so funnie when i think back but at the time i though it was gunna get rid of me lol , well i love your picture brings back memories thank you for that , he he have a good week and weekend to come xxxxxxxxx
To me, the colors of the background seem a bit flat in contrast to the robot. I'd torque up the background colors so to integrate the robot better. I recognize however, that this opinion is opposite to others above, so maybe this is just my own peculiar perspective?
Oh dear, PMSL!! And how is it going to get up the stairs? The ultimate "Dalek Deterrent". I hope it can hover-hoover ;-) Personally... I think Renderosity is crying out for Dalek pin-up work and Doris would be perfect. Her svelte curves, expressive umm, eyes and her useful whisk/tool/gadget collection.
I really love this, this piece has wit & whimsy and it's distinctly yours.