Sunday, October 25, 2009

Dalek Sculptures

Dalek Sculptures made by yours truly out of various ingredients including modelling clay.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Peter Clack

Peter Clack sends in another piece of Dalek crazyness.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Rob Davis

My apologies for the neglect of this here blog. Pressure of other work, you know. Davros is very annoyed with me, and as everyone knows, you don't annoy that grumpy guy. Anyway, I'm back with the superb work of Rob Davis, an oft contributor to the Doctor Who magazine. Check out his Blog to see more work from this incredibly fine illustrator.

Enemy of the Daleks


Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Eve Schroeder

Eve Schroeder, age nine, is the daughter of Paul Schroeder.

Darryl Cunningham

Dalek pond. Cartoon inspired by this news story here.

Mitch Green

Mitch Green says: I stumbled across your dalek-oriented gang-blog, and couldn't help but be reminded of my own blog, where for about 14 months in 2007 and 2008 I drew a dalek every day. Check out Mitch Green's Daily Dalek archive.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Darryl Cunningham

I once read an interview with Terry Nation, the man who created the daleks, in which he stated that the inspiration for the daleks came when he saw a woman wearing a hoop dress. The gliding walk struck him as spooky and this thought led on to the creation of the classic monster.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Chris Kisler

Chris Kisler is a SF bay area web designer, artist and illustrator, devoted to helping connect small businesses with the world by building friendly and accessable websites. He's worked for a multitude of projects and businesses, ranging from independent films and video games, to ambitious start-ups, to trans-Pacific collaborations, to design work for the entertainment monolith Disney.

Philippa Rice

Philippa Rice is an Illustrator/Animator who makes a very funny and charming collage webcomic called My Cardboard Life. Which happens to be one of my favourite webcomics.

John Welding

John Welding is a freelance artist and illustrator specialising in sequential art, autobiographical comic strips, illustration and good old fashioned drawing. John is self taught with over twenty years of commercial art experience. Recently he has collaborated with international storyteller Ben Haggarty illustrating the 19th century folk tales of 'Will Skoggin's Skull' for The DFC. In 2008 he was commissioned by Wakefield Art Gallery to transform his illustrated diaries into 44 meters of large scale wall drawings for the Art Gallery, depicting the everyday people and developing landscape of urban Wakefield. He lives and works in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.

Further Dr. Who and Torchwood related drawings can be seen on his blog.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Keith Perkins

Keith Perkins is an artist living in Maine. He currently works in collage, mixed media, and acrylic on panels.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Nick Abadzis

Nick Abadzis of Hugo Tate and the award-winning Laika, submits this fab drawing, of which he says: an “emergency temporal transport” stranded a lone Dalek in 1978. Insane and quite taken with a leopardskin Mohican punk he met, he attempted to mimic that look, trundling up and down the King’s Road drinking special brew. Got himself a bird and everyfing. Someone smashed his lights out in a fight, so he had to substitute ordinary light bulbs.

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Alejandra Ramírez

Alejandra Ramírez sends me this snow Dalek gag. There's plenty more like this on his blog

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Jonathan Edwards

Only Jonathan Edwards could have come up with a drawing featuring a Dalek and Jean-Paul Sartre!

As well as his own illustration blog, why don't you check out Jonathan's illustrative tribute to the late, great Serge Gainsbourg.

Monday, July 6, 2009

Darryl Cunningham

Another one from me. Dalek Invasion Of Oz 1939.

Saturday, July 4, 2009


Groc sent me a bunch of stuff. Here's two of them.

Friday, July 3, 2009

Warwick Johnson Cadwell

WARWICK JOHNSON CADWELL says: I am a professional illustrator working in editorial illustration, concept design, storyboarding and narrative art in some form or another.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Bernardo Maldonado

Wonderful gag cartoon by Bernardo Maldonado who, these days, is based in Germany. Bernardo doesn't have a web presence yet, but hopefully soon will do.

Matthew Craig

Matthew Craig writes. I'm a writer and comico from Shropshire. My comics can be found at The Matthew Craig Dot Com , and include Brummie superheroes,zombie romance, GoGo Pixies, and the many adventures of my real-life (and sadly deceased) dog, Hondle. I also write the Black Country adventure comic Bostin Heroes, which can be found at

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Paul B Rainey

Paul B Rainey gives us ‘Dalek Invasion of Milton Keynes’. His website is stuffed full of the many comics he's done over the years. Go see.

Emily Hardin

Here's Emily Hardin's "Make Love, Not Hate Dalek". Emily doesn't have a web presence yet, but I'm sure she will soon.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Dave Shelton

Forgetful Dalek by Dave Shelton. Dave is late of the DFC and The Guardian's Comic section.

Paul Schroeder (Mooncat)

Lovely pen and water brush drawing from Paul Schroeder.

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Tim Keable

Fabulous Tim Keable dalek pic. You can catch up with Tim at Angrycandy.

Peter Clack

Expatriate by Peter Clack. Peter Clack publishes Trouser Madness. His blogs can be seen at Blazing Heretic and Crazypants News.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Oli Smith

Oli Smith is a freelance writer and illustrator living in London. He is the main man behind London Underground Comics: a group of London-based comic creators dedicated to raising awareness of the indie comics scene.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Dave West

Depressed Dalek by Dave West. Dave's own blog can be seen here. Dave is the co-publisher of the yearly anthology Accent UK.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Andrew Cheverton

Andrew says - I'm at Angrycandy. I write the West and Synchrony comics and write and/or draw short strips, some of which are available to read online here

Egypt Urnash

At one point in their eternal war against damn near everyone, the Daleks attempted to emulate the sympathy-inducing form of the Movellans. The experiment was deemed a failure.

Egypt Urnash draws stuff, including a Tarot deck and a sometimes-pornographic web comic about a thief.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Darryl Cunningham

I'm kicking off this blog with two of my own drawings. Pencil, pen and then photoshop for the colours.
Two Dalek variations: Gay Dalek and Scottish Dalek.

British Artist Darryl Cunningham is the creator of the web-comics, 'Super-Sam and John-of-the-Night' and ''The Streets of San Diablo''. A prolific Cartoonist, sculptor and photographer, Darryl's work can also be found at his blog and Flickr page.