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Project Mini-Who: Redraw The Companions continues apace, and just in time for the start of the new series, I’ve finished my set of new-school post-2005 companions and other comrades. Here they all are, along with their Doctors.

My Redbubble store now features this design as a shirt, print, card, tote bag or cushion. Plus stickers of everybody are also available!

Because there are so many potential teams and pairings that can be made from all these mini-folk, I am happy to take requests via my ask-box for:

  • icons/userpics - let me know which characters you’d like (up to three) and what size you want the icon to be (eg. 100 x 100 px for Livejournal, 400 x 400 px for Twitter profiles, etc.)
  • shirts/postcards/stickers/phone cases featuring more than one character - please specify which combo you’d like to buy.

I can’t promise I’ll manage every request but I’ll certainly try my best.

My ask box is also the place if you’d like to enthusiastically argue that I really ought to draw Astrid Peth or Craig Owens or anyone else post-2005 that the Doctor has snogged. As for companions for the First Doctor through to the Eighth Doctor, please watch this swirly space vortex as patiently as you can…

Attention, all Victorian Silurian adventuresses, and spouses and admirers thereof! I’ve added a new design to my Redbubble shop: you can now buy mini-Madame Vastra and Jenny as a t-shirt, sticker or card.

However, despite what your Sontaran valet may tell you, novelty cartoon grenades are NOT available…

Vastra and Jenny were definitely my favourite thing from the Doctor Who Christmas episode.

Vastra and Jenny were definitely my favourite thing from the Doctor Who Christmas episode.

My latest batch of Doctor Who mini-icons is now available on my Livejournal, packed with characters from the first half of series 6. All free to good homes!

My latest batch of Doctor Who mini-icons is now available on my Livejournal, packed with characters from the first half of series 6. All free to good homes!