Dr Who Maquettes 2007
These small maquettes of the Tardis and a Dalek were created as part of a carving demonstration.
The Dalek was made using polystyrene, plasticine and a few pencils and the Dr Who toys shown were used to get the right scale of the models.
Sarah Myerscough (me) and fellow artist Jane Armistead at the carving demonstration (photo courtesy of Andrew Hazlehurst) - Dr Who Maquettes 2007 - Blackpool Illuminations Gallery - © Sarah Myerscough
Carved Polystyrene Dalek and Toy Model (Front View) - Dr Who Maquettes 2007 - Blackpool Illuminations Gallery - © Sarah Myerscough
Carved Polystyrene Dalek and Toy Model (Side View) - Dr Who Maquettes 2007 - Blackpool Illuminations Gallery - © Sarah Myerscough
Finished painted Dalek and Tardis Maquettes - Dr Who Maquettes 2007 - Blackpool Illuminations Gallery - © Sarah Myerscough
Finished painted Dalek and Tardis Maquettes with Toy Models - Dr Who Maquettes 2007 - Blackpool Illuminations Gallery - © Sarah Myerscough
Sarah Myerscough (Me) with finished Dalek Maquette - Dr Who Maquettes 2007 - Blackpool Illuminations Gallery - © Sarah Myerscough
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Dr Who Maquettes 2007 is a feature within Blackpool Illuminations, the greatest free light show on earth, where Sarah Myerscough (me) works as an artist. The Illuminations are an annual event that takes place from late August / early September to November, along six miles of the promenade in Blackpool, a seaside resort in the North West of England.
Blackpool itself is the most visited seaside resort in Europe and provides family entertainment throughout the year. It has three piers, the 518ft Blackpool Tower featuring an excellent circus, miles of golden sands, a huge amusement park (Blackpool Pleasure Beach), a waxworks (Madame Tussaud's), a Sea Life Centre, a Ripley's Believe It Or Not, a zoo (Blackpool Zoo), two major theatres (Grand Theatre and The Opera House), dozens of amusement arcades (including Coral Island), a water park (Blackpool Sandcastle) and much, much more...
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