Thanks for posting, Phruby and Ennis, and for bearing with me on my obscure & esoteric source material!
Ennis, I agree, it is nice to take a break from SW from time to time. Besides, it's a fun challenge to try to use SW fodder to make completely non-SW characters! It always surprises me how much potential there is in that direction.
Phruby, I'd be glad to make The Doctor if I'd ever seen any Dr. Who! I've been meaning to, bt haven't had much time. Could you or anyone else perhaps shoot a few reference pictures my way?
Here's the premise behind the Jeeves and Wooster stories, in case anyone is wondering. They're not sci-fi at all, but they are completely escapist in their own way. Bertie Wooster is an independently wealthy young dandy, very good natured & has lots of friends, but not very smart. He's always getting into sticky situations (being engaged to the wrong girl, having any number of silly tasks to perform for his aunts or friends), and every time his rear is saved by the intelligence and cunning of his valet, Jeeves. P.G. Wodehouse wrote the stories between the 1900s and the 1970s, but they all take place in the Jazz Age, and Bertie is perpetually about 28 years old. They're just about the funniest things written in English, & highly recommend them to all!
Thanks again, guys!
... the Findswoman