The new Cybermen could have looked much more chilling in David Tennant's first season of Doctor Who, judging from new released concept art by artist Peter McKinstry. He's shared the early concepts behind space stations, Supreme Daleks, and Paradox Machines.

McKinstry has worked on every season of Torchwood, and every season of Doctor Who except the first. His concept art is mostly beautiful, except for a few chillingly terrifying bits. Britain's children might have needed a lot of therapy if some of these concepts had made it to the screen. Here are some of our favorite images — there's tons more at his newly launched site. [Peter McKinistry]

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The Boesheng Peninsula, where Captain Jack grew up.

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Ood — Early design

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The Torchwood Morgue

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The SS Pompadour

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Torchwood, "Meat"

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Torchwood, "Meat"

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Torchwood's rift manipulator

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The Impossible Planet

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The Satan Pit

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Face to face with Satan!

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A peek inside the TARDIS console

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A peek behind the roundels in the TARDIS control room

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The Master's aircraft carrier

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The Toclofane

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The Old Doctor

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The Paradox Machine

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The Doctor's transformation arch

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Gallifreyan Seal

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Daleks in the Empire State Building

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Harold Saxon's ring

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The Icarus

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The Icarus

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A Cybus Zeppelin

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Lumic's wheelchair

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Inside the Titanic

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The Spaceship Titanic

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The Library

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Ood Factory

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Ood Factory

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Supreme Dalek

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The Supreme Dalek

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I'm guessing this is the Shadow Proclamation?

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The Cyber-King