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Does anyone know how many sketch cards each artist has done?

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I did approximately 100 Doctor Who, 30 CSI, and 30 New Avengers.

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Does anyone know how many sketch cards each artist has done?


Ingrid Hardy has confirmed 50 sketches for Doctor Who.

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Have to say that the sketches in the box breakdown thread was fantastic. Very nice indeed!!!

How does the binders look like?


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Boxes:

 
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Does anyone know how many sketch cards each artist has done?

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Chris Achilleos did 35: I don't think he did any new ones for the 2nd edition, unless anyone knows otherwise?

Rich Molinelli did 20 for the 1st release, but there are clearly more for the 2nd release.

Nik Neocleous says he's done "over 350" (an amazing feat Thumb Up): he told me this as I recently acquired from him the very first one he did - which was also his only pencil sketch!
 
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I think Driscoll only did 5 as sample that where then used for redemptions. Amy Pronovost did 30.
 
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Nik Neocleous says he's done "over 350" (an amazing feat Thumb Up): he told me this as I recently acquired from him the very first one he did - which was also his only pencil sketch![/QUOTE]

Eek is that 350 spread over both the first and second releases?

Based on 960 total boxes for the second series and an average of 10 sketches per 12 box case as well as there being a number of redemption cards there are only about 700-750 total sketches inserted in the boxes.
 
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I assume its over both releases; 350 was the figure that Nik himself told me. He's clearly the most prolific of the sketch artists for the Who series, and I really respect the fact that he has maintained such a high standard throughout his work on the 2 series for Strictly Ink Clap

Here's the card I acquired which Nik has subsequently told me was his first ever SI Who Sketch card. It's also the only one he has ever done in pencil:



I was also lucky enough to get the first commission Who sketch from Nik that he ever did, and its a card of which he is still justifiably proud:

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The one of the Master is very good. Thumb Up

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I was also lucky enough to get the first commission Who sketch from Nik that he ever did, and its a card of which he is still justifiably proud:



Did NIK do this on his own cards? It's gorgeous!

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Does anyone know how many sketch cards Carolyn Edwards done? She did some fantastic sketches in my case. Will post up pics of my case breaks later and have to say that I am very very happy with them.

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Here's the card I acquired which Nik has subsequently told me was his first ever SI Who Sketch card. It's also the only one he has ever done in pencil:




The only reason you got that sketch (It came from me) is because we received this one:



I had no idea it was his only pencil sketch, I would have kept it and put the two together as they would have made an ideal pair. Still I am pleased it went to a good home, we held that card in our collection for a long time and parting with it was not an easy call!

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Hey all I did this as a breakdown:

1st release - 50 cards in total

This realease - 75 total Smile

I hope you guys enjoy the ones for this release as I think they came out much better because I was able to learn the card stock! And can't wait for Big Screen where I am only doing a limited 50 cards Smile
 
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I've seen some of Ram's new cards, they're great. Thanks Ingrid (Jedipencil) for your comment back there!
I just wanted to point out that when I saw the Master pencil sketch sell I messaged the winner (Dalekfan) to tell him that it was the first card I ever drew and it was the only Dr Who pencilled sketch by me. I neglected to mention I wasn't the seller, I was just getting in touch with some extra info for him. So just for a short time there Dalekfan thought he had purchased it from me when in fact it was from SciFiPlanet. My fault for confusing him.

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I'm sat here looking at three of his new cards now and they are very nice indeed!

The Master sketch was a particularly nice one of yours but we have the color one now along with two of your full color Tom Bakers none of which I will part with. Considering the quantity of cards you produced for the set the quality never seems to dip! I've got one of your cards which I think is Romana but I'm not sure. Here are 9 of the new cards we received.




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Nice cards. I think all the artists did a great job on this set. And thanks for the comments on my cards, I did so many because I really enjoyed the subject matter, I grew up watching most of the Doctor's. You mentioned a card that might be Romana, I did just 3 cards with her on so if it's one of these three then it's her.

Romana and the 4th Doctor. Romana trying on the Doctor's hat and coat and Romana with some kind of machinery attached to her head..... or maybe it's discrete 1970's headphones!

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Nice cards. I think all the artists did a great job on this set. And thanks for the comments on my cards, I did so many because I really enjoyed the subject matter, I grew up watching most of the Doctor's. You mentioned a card that might be Romana, I did just 3 cards with her on so if it's one of these three then it's her.

Romana and the 4th Doctor. Romana trying on the Doctor's hat and coat and Romana with some kind of machinery attached to her head..... or maybe it's discrete 1970's headphones!


Hi NIK

I managed to pull both your Romana Colour sketches from my case. Just very lucky I guess.
 
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Got mine today - box 007. Does anyone know whether the sketches are a topper or within the packs? Confused
 
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Hi Steve

Mine were in a packet on the bottom of the box (inside) containing only sketch and autograph. So much thinner than the regular packs.
 
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Hi Treksearcher

Got it. Unfortunately I can't comment on the sketch - just got a costume card. You pays your money your takes your choice.

As for the year box - I don't think I will be bothering! Twak I'll be keeping my money for DC Legacy.
 
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I have a similar card to you scifi planet


 
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