This was more or less a costume exercise based on the notion that formal ceremonial wear tends to be a simplification of older more commonly worn garments. That led me to take the Gallifreyan robes worn in "Doctor Who" and elaborate them in three variations. From left to right there is Omega (whose costume I adapted from the Peter Davison episode featuring him), Rassilon (the most literal elaboration of the formal robes, along with the various accouterments seen in "The Deadly Assassin"), and Morbius (pretty much ran with the idea he was a military leader and went from there). The faces are all based on busts of Roman emperors. Points if you can figure out who. This was done with ink and marker and then retouched in Photoshop.