I hope all you American Whovians had a great 4th of July! The Doctor Puppet and I were invited to a rooftop party in Brooklyn with a fantastic view of the Manhattan skyline. There were fireworks of course, but I didn’t get any good photos of those unfortunately. Here’s the Doctor taking in the view before the fireworks show.
Doctor Puppet episode 3 is coming along! I’ll have news on that soon. I promise!
It was such a gorgeous Spring day out, I just had to take a break from episode 3 and go for a walk with the 10th Doctor Puppet. We visited Pratt Institute, my alma mater. I love the campus so much! It’s more like a sculpture garden than a traditional college campus. This is where I first learned about animation. Good memories.
The Doctor Puppet is back… and he’s more animated than ever before! Watch the first episode of his new adventures on The Nerdist Channel! (Above!)
After that, watch the second episode here!
Also, be sure to subscribe to my channel where future episodes will premiere. Thanks so much for your support!
"How the Doctor Puppet Saved Christmas"
It’s finally here! This stop motion Christmas special is a true labor of love made in Alisa’s tiny Brooklyn apartment during her free time. She wants you all to know that she wrote the script and made the snowman puppet weeks before the BBC announced that the official Christmas special would be called “The Snowmen.” She swears that no real TARDIS was used during production.
We hope you enjoy it. Happy Wholidays!
If you’ve been watching the news you may have heard about the
Stormageddon Frankenstorm heading for the East Coast of America tonight. Alisa and I are not in an evacuation zone, so we’re prepared and are staying put in central Brooklyn. Keep dry and safe, East Coast! Remember to get extra water, non-perishable food, batteries, torches and a radio, and to put them in a safe place. Also, keep your mobile phones charged!
Oh yeah, and tomorrow is Alisa’s birthday too. Last year there was a freak ice storm on her birthday, so she’s decided to stop having birthdays after this year. :(
This week can’t get any better! First I got to go to the NYC Premiere and today Alisa finally surprised me with… the TARDIS! I just went for a quick jaunt into the near past, to make sure everything was in order. Oh, hello me! My hair looks awful from that angle. Yuck.
For the past couple of weeks I’ve been cooped up in the apartment helping Alisa make art and watching the Olympics. I’m so happy for Team GB and Team USA! After seeing all the amazing feats of sportsmanship I was afraid my legs would atrophy, so I went for a walk in Prospect Park. I went a little deeper into the woods than I’ve ever been before, and even found a waterfall. Lovely place, that park.
BOOM! Brooklyn put on a great fireworks show.
This weekend I celebrated the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in Williamsburg, Brooklyn! And I finally got my hands on some biscuits and other British treats. I had a lovely time. Thanks, friends!
It’s been too rainy out for me to travel anywhere new, so here are a few more pictures from my weekend trip to Brooklyn Bridge Park.
For two whole days I’ve been stuck in my companion’s tiny apartment with her cat! I keep begging her to help me build a TARDIS (only because my hands are too small to hold most of the tools) but she says she’s too busy “working.” Bug her for me too, okay?