This pack includes: 

  • 1 set of yellow character guessing cards 
  • 2 sets of blue & red small character cards 
  • 24 characters and 1 bonus character 
  • 2 variants of the Weeping Angel

These cards are designed to fit the 1991 edition of Guess Who game. Guess Who board game not included.

Extra ‘the making of’ info under the cut.

I wanted to make a Doctor Who themed present for my friend's 21st. The gf pointed out Karen Kavett’s Doctor Who Guess Who and I really liked the idea.
But of course I needed to make it super difficult for myself so I decided to mix things up a bit by:
Redraw all the characters so that everyone is uniform and front on
Include the Doctors from all of the series
Make the game more accessible as a Guess Who game for non-Whovians (i.e. make sure there’s more than two of each of the following: male, female, hat, tie, glasses, and other typical Guess Who questions)
Try to make the cards look as close to the original cards as possible
Do all of this by said friend’s birthday
Spoiler: I didn’t finish this by my friend’s birthday. Or by Christmas. It was more of an early Valentines/late birthday/Christmas gift in the end, but it was all worth it. 
I might post some better photos of the finished product later, but for now these camera phone shots will suffice. Happy late Birthday/Christmas/early Valentines, Ness!
EDIT: Now you can also make your own Illustrated Doctor Who Guess Who! Print your own today!  I wanted to make a Doctor Who themed present for my friend's 21st. The gf pointed out Karen Kavett’s Doctor Who Guess Who and I really liked the idea.
But of course I needed to make it super difficult for myself so I decided to mix things up a bit by:
Redraw all the characters so that everyone is uniform and front on
Include the Doctors from all of the series
Make the game more accessible as a Guess Who game for non-Whovians (i.e. make sure there’s more than two of each of the following: male, female, hat, tie, glasses, and other typical Guess Who questions)
Try to make the cards look as close to the original cards as possible
Do all of this by said friend’s birthday
Spoiler: I didn’t finish this by my friend’s birthday. Or by Christmas. It was more of an early Valentines/late birthday/Christmas gift in the end, but it was all worth it. 
I might post some better photos of the finished product later, but for now these camera phone shots will suffice. Happy late Birthday/Christmas/early Valentines, Ness!
EDIT: Now you can also make your own Illustrated Doctor Who Guess Who! Print your own today!  I wanted to make a Doctor Who themed present for my friend's 21st. The gf pointed out Karen Kavett’s Doctor Who Guess Who and I really liked the idea.
But of course I needed to make it super difficult for myself so I decided to mix things up a bit by:
Redraw all the characters so that everyone is uniform and front on
Include the Doctors from all of the series
Make the game more accessible as a Guess Who game for non-Whovians (i.e. make sure there’s more than two of each of the following: male, female, hat, tie, glasses, and other typical Guess Who questions)
Try to make the cards look as close to the original cards as possible
Do all of this by said friend’s birthday
Spoiler: I didn’t finish this by my friend’s birthday. Or by Christmas. It was more of an early Valentines/late birthday/Christmas gift in the end, but it was all worth it. 
I might post some better photos of the finished product later, but for now these camera phone shots will suffice. Happy late Birthday/Christmas/early Valentines, Ness!
EDIT: Now you can also make your own Illustrated Doctor Who Guess Who! Print your own today!  I wanted to make a Doctor Who themed present for my friend's 21st. The gf pointed out Karen Kavett’s Doctor Who Guess Who and I really liked the idea.
But of course I needed to make it super difficult for myself so I decided to mix things up a bit by:
Redraw all the characters so that everyone is uniform and front on
Include the Doctors from all of the series
Make the game more accessible as a Guess Who game for non-Whovians (i.e. make sure there’s more than two of each of the following: male, female, hat, tie, glasses, and other typical Guess Who questions)
Try to make the cards look as close to the original cards as possible
Do all of this by said friend’s birthday
Spoiler: I didn’t finish this by my friend’s birthday. Or by Christmas. It was more of an early Valentines/late birthday/Christmas gift in the end, but it was all worth it. 
I might post some better photos of the finished product later, but for now these camera phone shots will suffice. Happy late Birthday/Christmas/early Valentines, Ness!
EDIT: Now you can also make your own Illustrated Doctor Who Guess Who! Print your own today!  I wanted to make a Doctor Who themed present for my friend's 21st. The gf pointed out Karen Kavett’s Doctor Who Guess Who and I really liked the idea.
But of course I needed to make it super difficult for myself so I decided to mix things up a bit by:
Redraw all the characters so that everyone is uniform and front on
Include the Doctors from all of the series
Make the game more accessible as a Guess Who game for non-Whovians (i.e. make sure there’s more than two of each of the following: male, female, hat, tie, glasses, and other typical Guess Who questions)
Try to make the cards look as close to the original cards as possible
Do all of this by said friend’s birthday
Spoiler: I didn’t finish this by my friend’s birthday. Or by Christmas. It was more of an early Valentines/late birthday/Christmas gift in the end, but it was all worth it. 
I might post some better photos of the finished product later, but for now these camera phone shots will suffice. Happy late Birthday/Christmas/early Valentines, Ness!
EDIT: Now you can also make your own Illustrated Doctor Who Guess Who! Print your own today! 

I wanted to make a Doctor Who themed present for my friend's 21st. The gf pointed out Karen Kavett’s Doctor Who Guess Who and I really liked the idea.

But of course I needed to make it super difficult for myself so I decided to mix things up a bit by:

  • Redraw all the characters so that everyone is uniform and front on
  • Include the Doctors from all of the series
  • Make the game more accessible as a Guess Who game for non-Whovians (i.e. make sure there’s more than two of each of the following: male, female, hat, tie, glasses, and other typical Guess Who questions)
  • Try to make the cards look as close to the original cards as possible
  • Do all of this by said friend’s birthday

Spoiler: I didn’t finish this by my friend’s birthday. Or by Christmas. It was more of an early Valentines/late birthday/Christmas gift in the end, but it was all worth it. 

I might post some better photos of the finished product later, but for now these camera phone shots will suffice. Happy late Birthday/Christmas/early Valentines, Ness!

EDIT: Now you can also make your own Illustrated Doctor Who Guess Who! Print your own today! 

Introducing Doril Bareak, mountain dwarf princess.
She’s smart, but naive. She ran away from home in the hope of bringing back riches (to impress her father) and also out do her other 6 siblings. 

Doril keeps a long beard as a disguise. Most people don’t realise that she is a lady. (even though she just got her nails did) (they are fabulous)

Grittier crossover of the Whispering Oaks detour (xxxx  

a clown is a clown, infected or no

Part 4 of the Detour series [x] [x] [x

it’s always worth the shiv

Part 3 of the Detour series [x] [x] [x]   

First time at an amusement park.

Joel and Ellie takes a detour after Bill’s town…

EDIT: see the rest of the series x x x 

current WIPs - 17th july current WIPs - 17th july current WIPs - 17th july