Part two! Aka, Saturday! I got semi into costume in the morning then went down to walk around before the Paul McGann interview.
THIS KID. So perfect, and then the head tilt. Parents, you’re doing a good job. Adorable, while freaky.
THE CUTEST. I love them all so much ;_;
Richard Franklin, talking about how he was originally more a one-shot character.
John Levene has the most charming smile, I love this man.
Katy Manning’s crazy face <3
So then Manning switched to sit between Levene and Franklin, and that couch was really hard to get a picture of, but I wanted one of them all together, so this was the best I could do.
Omg when they started talking about Pertwee and Delgado and Levene and Manning were all tears and memories I thought I was going to start bawling right there.
This group, I don’t even know how to describe it, they just exude joy and kindness and love and happiness. They are just all wonderful human beings.
Well then I went to McGann’s signing
And brought my photo from last year or the year before (uh… when was that…?).
That smirky face.
Then to the room to change!
I took one last pic of my hair, I really liked those braids…. before sacrificing them:
I did like them…
Anyway, gobs of makeup later, I went down to “Doctor Who: The Wilderness Years” panel, talking about the years there was no Who on the tele (basically a huge Big Finish plug).
And saw this lovely femme Six! I have a feeling I’ve met her before…? Time test…ium? Or something like that ;_; here on lj.
Super cute though.
Then off to Cornell signing!
(augh, I ironed the coat but… sitting in it cause giant wrinkles ;_;)
I got this photo, taken by Scott Sebring in… 2011? signed 😀
Us Alt-Doctors have to stick together. Also, look how freaky I look with flash 8D (non-flash version on my flickr).
Then omg *fabulous* Black Guardian!
I LOVE IT!
This is one of those costumes I’ve always wanted to do because it needs to be done, but now I can rest easy, because it was done fabulously.
Then took this quick cellphone picture before semi de-robing and going to the Young Justice panel (my semi de-robing was to swap out the coat for my standard velvet blazer, which looked a bit waiter-ish but oh well).
The YJ panel was fun! Lots of great personalities.
Then Oscar & I were picked up and went to dinner, and when we came back he took some very lovely photos of my Shalka Doc, which I will post separately, and we hung around a bit and talked to random people, and was told by Tony Lee I was the first Shalka Doctor he’d seen and nice job, so that was nice, though it must have been a ships in the night thing because this coat has been worn at Gally for the last three years, just on different people. Anyway! End Saturday!