This last weekend saw the 25th Gallifrey One convention in Los Angeles.
As part of the activities on offer, there is the chance to have your photograph taken with the screen-used TARDIS console from the 1996 tv movie.
Since Paul McGann and Daphne Ashbrooke were in attendance, there was the opportunity to have a unique photoshoot with the lead actors as well.
I signed up and had my chance directly after my Advanced Tailoring panel on the Sunday afternoon.
Paul recognised me from the couple of official photoshoots earlier in the weekend, and once again he was very taken with my coat.
After taking the shot I was a bit cheeky and asked if he’d like to try it on. There were some panicked faces around the room, but Paul was more than happy.
Sadly it was a little large for him, but he seemed to like the feel of it.
I was then doubly cheeky and asked if we could get a quick shot of him in the coat. Faces around the room looked even more panicked, but Paul was again more than game and he was happy to pose with me.
I’m very proud that Paul liked the coat, and was happy to pose in it for me. Thanks Paul!!
Thursday, 20 February 2014
Gallifrey One 2014 - TARDIS console photoshoot
Posted by Steven Ricks Tailoring at 13:27
Labels: Gallifrey One 2014
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Oh wow, that is so amazing, I can't even contain my jealousy!ReplyDelete
Any chance of doing the default or Dark Eyes outfits in future?
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