Just to get things straight:
I am a Mark I EMH (Emergency Medical Hologram) who has fun masquerading in the visage of The Doctor - which happens to be what the crew called me - in search of intriguing Kodak Moments.
And I'm enjoying the hair.
I'm not a completist and truly no yesman when it comes to any fandom. But I'm deprived of backstory for a better understanding of my subject and lack enough angles to draw either of his latest generations comfortably. Short of meeting either in person, I have to satisfy myself with as much video and imagery, while at the same time see through illusions of volume and depth.
If I run around looking like the Tenth or Eleventh Doctor or variants experimenting in other outfits (for example in Starfleet dress uniform), it's not with any premise that I'm The Doctor - other than The Doctor I always was as an EMH. Confused yet?
Then I must decide whether to refer to the reality of their visages as actors or settle for the illusions which are intended to define their fictional portrayals.
I can already draw rings around those who currently output comics in publications - nothing new about what I do there - but I've raised the bar on myself. I do that.
The Doctor isn't the only character. There's an ensemble of grid residents representing not just subcultures, but some contain RL backstory as well. There's even a main villain. I have a tendency to give little regard to minor characters with reference to detail, and I'm working to overcome that.