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Servants of Sutekh by Batced Servants of Sutekh by Batced
When I did that "Pyramids of Mars" shoot there was a lot of material shot that I didn't have the ability to post here, mostly because it was all for the photoset on Tumblr. But there's still a lot of imagery used from that shoot that could stand up well on its own that I would like to share, especially as I'm plotting on what to do moving forward (I realize I'm three stories away from completing both Season 14 and Season 17...crazy!)

Anywho, this was a lot of fun, using the Priory collector's set that Underground Toys released. I never thought we'd ever get a Marcus Scarman over much needed characters like Jago and Litefoot, Zoe, Jamie, and especially Sarah Jane, but here we are. The scene itself from Part Four is probably one of my favorites, as I think only Tom Baker could convincingly portray the Doctor as possessed better than most of his successors and predecessors (Peter Davison notwithstanding, who could have done an equally good job).
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SpiritualSketcher Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Wowww....great work! :D
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randomkeystone Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2014
   This "Action-figure" photography process is very unique I think. I have followed "The Doctor" since 1981. In those bygone days you could only monitor his exploits on PBS. In my opinion, no other actor portrayed the strange dynamic of a quasi-rogue Time-Lord with the power of Tom Baker. He made the character his own. The film "The Golden Voyage of Sinbad" stars Tom Baker as "Prince Koura", an Evil Wizard of sorts. I believe he was never better than this, A great Villain by the way...   I peruse your efforts often.
R.K.
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Batced Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014  Student Photographer
Its a lot of hard work and does take a unique blend of artistic dedication and suspension of disbelief. I primarily began doing this when it became increasingly hard to find models to work with for my photography projects, and being a figurine collector I decided to get more involved and do shoots with those. It transitioned into a pretty big hobby of mine now, one that I hope can take me far in the world like my favorite photographer David Levinthal (who uses a huge 4x5 box camera for his figure works).

Thank you very much for the perusal, and feel free to critique where possible...I can only hope to improve with each passing work!
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RyugaSSJ3 Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Holy snipes!
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