Some of the artwork, both finished and concept sketches, prepared by Lee Sullivan for the webcast of Real Time.
For more of Lee Sullivan’s Dr Who artwork see the links section.
Apart from his “standard” Mk VIII Cybermen, this selection also includes his Cybercontroller, partially converted Cybermen (Cyberslaves / Cyberdrones), Cybermats and assorted other goodies. The 6th Doctor’s costume also looks as lot more tasteful that his TV version…
Artist Lee Sullivan has been working with the Cybermen for quite some time. He’s come a long way from his early Cyberman illustrations (age 7) ….
Making his mark along the way by providing art for Doctor Who Magazine…
And drawing the Cybermen for the Battles in Time comic strip which you can read here
You can see more of Lee Sullivan’s Doctor Who art on his own website here
His Mark VIII Cyber-creations appeared in the Radio Times 8th Doctor comic-strip Dreadnought – which you can read here. (Roughly) the same Mk 8 design later appeared in the 6th Doctor webcast of Real Time – which you can watch here. And the Mk 8 Cybermen – or a close relation – might have appeared in a comic strip featurig a future Doctor prior to the relaunch of the TV series in 2005. Sadly, it was never made…
The Mk VIII appeared in the Real Time webcast – and has also been given CGI graphic treatment…
Real Time CGI Cybermen
Real Time Cyberman designed by Lee Sullivan. CGI realisation by Rhys Griffin, Chris Gregory and Kevin Gregory.
“Resistance is futile.”
“Emotion is a weakness.”
“These things are irrelevant.”
“Promises to aliens have no validity.”
“Aliens are not to be trusted.”
“So we meet again, Doctor.”
“Halt, or you will be destroyed.”
“Your logic is correct.”
CGI animations of the Mk VII Cybermen can be found on the BBC site here
You can download a Screen Saver from the BBC :
Based on Lee Sullivan’s stunning new Cyberman designs, Rhys Griffin has created an equally spectacular computer graphic version for this special screensaver.
A Doctor Who “40th Anniversary” cartoon by Tim Quinn and Dicky Howett, from when the show was in it’s 24th year…!
Animated from the work of Tim Quinn & Dicky Howett