Dalek of the Rings


The Daleks are drawn in sepia ink with a dip pen on A6 medium-weight drawing paper (except for a hundred or so which are still drafts pencilled on yellow sticky notes).

Prints: “Dalek” is trademarked by the BBC, and I have contacted the BBC in relation to selling prints. They declined permission. If anything changes, I will update this further.

The Daleks are listed below, beginning with the oldest (i.e., look at the end to see if there are any new ones). I now post intermittently, usually Mondays.

16 Responses to “Daleks”

  1. aiyinxingshu Says:

    Dear tanaudel,
    I accidentally found this series via google months ago and I really love it! Daleks are so cute! If you allow me, may I repost your pictures to another website named “douban” in China? I am sure they are not for commercial use.
    Thank you very much!
    Best Wishes,

    1. tanaudel Says:

      Thank you for your comment! I do not mind, so long as they link back to here.

      1. aiyinxingshu Says:

        Thank you very much! I have posted them here – http://www.douban.com/photos/album/75232327/ (sorry that it’s all Chinese) and in the description of the album I pasted the link of this page :)

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  4. Michael Says:

    It would be nice to see these as an ebook (pdf) download, so that they could be viewed on an ereader/tablet.

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