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This is MOC of November 2014. I tried to build my own TARDIS almost the year before the release of 21304 Ideas set (Andrew Clark's project was approved in February 2015, and my TARDIS was inspired by his project, which I voted with a great expectations and got my fingers crossed till the results of the 2014 review were announced) My aim was to build a TARDIS, which CAN open and close the doors. So it doesn't looks well, it doesn't looks like original, but it works! :) I'm going to return to my project and to represent another characters, including Ood Sigma, the Judoons, Martha Jones, River Song, Amy and Roryand my own Clara (because I don't like her minifigure in the set). Probably I'll also add to this company such characters as Jackie Tyler, Mickey, Sarah Jane Smith and K9. But I need a lot of time and inspiration, so this will happen not in the near future. Perhaps this summer, maybe later) WARNING: this MOC contain spoilers! You have been warned by River Song! xD Because I like to collect the characters of my favorite films, I just could not pass by one of three my the most favorite TV series - Doctor Who) But the Doctor is not the Doctor without his TARDIS, his sonic screwdriver and his trusty friends) I put some soundtrack music into the text, hope you will like it))) Murray Gold - Westminster Bridge The first music heard in the show, it marked the return of the Doctor on TV screens. You can describe it by the first phrase you heard from the Doctor in the new series - "Run!" So, who is the Doctor, why no one knows his name, what or who is the TARDIS, and why everyone loves this series? The Doctor - is the (almost) last one of his kind of great and powerful alien race of the Time Lords from the planet Gallifrey. They differ from humans in that they evolved from reptiles, they have two hearts, they live just an incredibly long time (several thousand years), and they can to regenerate up to 12 times, if they are on the verge of death. When regeneration, not only the appearance is changing, but also the personality. The Gallifreyans were smart enough (no one human can live with the knowledge of the Time Lords, our brains too underdeveloped) to come up with the idea to travel in space and time. They invented the time machines called TARDIS - Time And Relative Dimensions In Space. Its a live being, so you can't to build a TARDIS, only to grow it. They may take the form of any object through a device called the Chameleon Circuit, but it was broken at Doctor's TARDIS, so it stuck at the form of an police phone box. But the most important thing in this amazing machine is that it's bigger on the inside (than the outside). Much bigger. Definitely. De Lorean from Back in the Future never can be like this))) The Doctor can't say his own name because "one wrong word can change all the time and space". Because he protects the Earth from the scum of the universe better than the Men in Black, it's better to him to keep his real name in secret. So this cult British sci-fi TV series celebrated more than 50 years and it is firmly inscribed itself in popular culture. It is impossible not to love the show, where you can visit Pompeii, open the London 2012 Olympic Games, to go to the end of time, to live in a parallel universe, to solve a mystery of Agatha Christie, to save the planet from the Daleks, to go to a tour of the planet Midnight (well, what wrong could happen?), go through initiation into the knights and then be exiled, to stuck into the longest traffic jam in the world, to learn that statues are not always stay still, meet a friend of your future, for which your acquaintance is the past, and much more! Let me introduce the characters to you) Murray Gold - The Doctor Forever This theme first heard in the Christmas special of the second season, later used in the third. The Doctor can regenerate 12 times, which implies a 13 completely different personalities. Usually, most viewers like that incarnation of the Doctor, whom they saw first. In my case it was Tenth, brilliantly played by David Tennant, so I decided to add him and his companions to my collection first. Tenth Doctor in general appears to us carefree, talkative, good-natured, witty and daring, but he becomes more serious when dealing with enemies. He sometimes also ruthless and dangerous, as well as his seventh incarnation, but has much less tendency to complex schemes and intricate action. Like the Seventh and Ninth Doctor, Tenth sometimes uses a cheerful, energetic appearance to mask true feelings. He loves to talk, always twists important information with complete nonsense to blunt the vigilance of the enemy. Also on occasion he can be rude and cruel, but this incarnation of the Doctor is merciful. His catchphrase - the French expression "Allons-y!", which means "Forward!". Murray Gold - Rose's Theme Despite the fact that the first episode of the revived series is named in honor of Rose, a separate theme music for her only appeared in the episode The End of the Worlds. The Doctor could not stand a thousand years of loneliness, if he didn't have true friends. The first companion of the Ninth and then Tenth Doctor was Rose Tyler, played by actress Billie Piper. Rose Tyler was an employee in a shop in central London, who met the Ninth Doctor during the invasion of Autons. The main track, which she had left after her travels in the TARDIS, is a time paradox which was associated with the words "Bad Wolf". Ninth Doctor and Rose during their travels constantly found these words without understanding what they mean. As it turned out later, trying to save the Doctor from the Daleks, Rose stared into the heart of the TARDIS, becoming the temporary storage of its forces. She gave herself the name "Bad Wolf", because it was a name of corporation where they were, and sent a message to the Doctor and Rose in the past. After destroying the Daleks, she could not restrain the force more and the Doctor absorbed it into himself, resulting in the regeneration of the Ninth to Tenth. By the way, the stickers on all the characters painted by me, but being based on the already existing and released Lego torsos, that is, in fact, some of the details I just repainted in a different color. Welcome to the TARDIS! Murray Gold - Doomsday This music sounds in the finale of the last episode of the second season - one of the most memorable and recognizable scenes of the series. Reading of this paragraph is not recommended for those who don't like SPOILERS. Unfortunately, Rose Tyler was locked in a parallel universe, a way to which was finally and completely closed at the same moment when the Doctor with the help of the hologram was trying to say something that he was going to for a long time... The moment of farewell of Doctor and Rose at the Bad Wolf Bay somewhere in Norway - one of the saddest episodes of the series. Another view. Murray Gold - The Runaway Bride Music from Christmas special issue of the second season. Surely writers couldn't finish the second season on such a sad note, and so at the last minute of episode Doomsday some bride unexpectedly materializes at hanging in a space somewhere in a galaxy far, far away (but not in the Star Wars, of course) TARDIS and she requires the bewildered Doctor immediate explaining how she got here. As it turns on, a bride named Donna Noble was attracted by Huon particles, which her fiance force-fed her, who worked on the aliens. These particles pulled her into the TARDIS. Donna refuses to continue to travel with the Doctor, so in the third season Martha Jones becomes his companion. Unfortunately, at the time when I was building this MOC, Lego has not released any Afro-American women yet, so I can't portrayed her then. But now I have a Storm from X-Men in my collection, so wait for Martha! :) Murray Gold - All the Strange, Strange Creatures Music from the trailer of the third season, then sounded in different series throughout the season. Speaking of the third season. In one series the Doctor had to temporarily become a man in order to escape from the hunting of the Family of Blood (no, they are not vampires, but they hunted for the Doctor to get his immortality). He did it with the help of an interesting device called Chameleon Arch. All his memories and knowledge of the Time Lords were enclosed in pocket watches, as in the photo above. And yes, sometimes the Tenth Doctor wears glasses, but only in order to appear more smart. Although no one can be smarter! :) And once again we are talking about the Doctor, it is impossible not to mention his famous gadget - sonic screwdriver. Sonic screwdriver is not a weapon. This is a complex instrument with many functions, the most famous of which - the opening of locks by a power of a sound wave. You can read about other functions here. This is how it looks in the TV series (but in fact it's a photo of a toy): In the fourth season Donna returns and becoming my favorite character in the Doctor Who universe) Murray Gold - Donna's Theme The composer wrote a new theme for the triumphant return of Donna. Donna Noble is a secretary from Chiswick, played by actress Catherine Tate, not just back, but also independently find the Doctor - and it is not the thing that everyone can do! She has a quick temper, and more independent than other companions. Another view. One critic wrote that Donna Noble acts as the "conscience of the Doctor" and stands out against the background of all the other companions of the Doctor, because "she does not need to be saved", and she never asks,"What is it, Doctor?". Critics also praised the fact that there was no love theme in a relationship of the Doctor and Donna. In addition, Donna can easily put boasting time traveler to the place: The Doctor: [stepping out of the TARDIS] Ah! Smell that air! Grass and lemonade! And a little bit of mint. Just a hint of mint. Must be the 1920s. Donna: You can tell what year it is just by smelling? The Doctor: Oh, yeah. Donna: Or, maybe, that big vintage car coming up the drive gave it away. The dialogue between Doctor and Donna in the episode The Unicorn and the Wasp. I made few different stickers for Donna. I'm going to make new stickers for Rose as well in the future. Another view. Another view. Welcome to the TARDIS once again! Murray Gold - Life Among the Distant Stars Very beautiful theme dedicated to the amateur astronomer Wilfred Mott. In the first episode of the fourth season also appears Donna's grandfather Wilfred Mott, played by actor Bernard Cribbins. Unlike many people on Earth, Wilfred was ready to believe that the aliens will one day come to the world, and that humanity will eventually travel to the stars and to communicate with aliens. In the evening, he comes to the hill with a telescope to watch the stars. In the special of the fourth season Wilfred was a temporary companion of the Doctor and played an important role. Donna and her grandfather. Another view. Wilfred and his telescope. Donna Grandpa will look through his telescope after the Doctor) Murray Gold - The Doctor's Daughter According to the composer, this series is not possible to come up with a slogan better than "Hello, Dad" In one series of the fourth season the TARDIS brings the Doctor, Donna and Martha on the planet Messaline, where there was a war between humans and fish-headed humanoids. Against the will of the Doctor some machine took a sample of his DNA, the genes were shuffled together, and they've got a clone - Jenny, the Doctor's "daughter", played by actress Georgia Moffett. Despite the fact that she was raised for the war, she is still very cheerful. Another view. Murray Gold - The Source The culmination of the episode The Doctor's Daughter - one of my favorite in the series. I hope that we will see Jenny again one day... Screenshot from an episode. The Lone Dalek Although initially this music was written for an episode The Lone Dalek of the first season, it was used as an additional theme for Rose later. Reading of this paragraph is not recommended for those who don't like SPOILERS. In the epic and grand finale of the fourth season the Daleks stole an Earth and another 26 planets, and placed them to the Medusa Cascade. They also captured the TARDIS, the Doctor and all his companions, including Rose Tyler, who managed to escape from a parallel universe, because of the actions of the Daleks the borders of the worlds starts to collapse. Due to biological meta-crisis of the severed hand, which the Doctor lost during the Christmas special of the first season, increased his clone - Meta-Crisis Doctor with all the knowledge and memories of the original Doctor, but turned out to be half man. He destroyed the Daleks, and as the punishment for this genocide was to be sent to a parallel universe, which starts to close again. And Rose, unfortunately, also can't leave the parallel universe, so the characters met again at the Bad Wolf Bay to say farewell forever. The Doctor: We've got to go. This reality is sealing itself off, forever. Rose: But, it's still not right, 'cause the Doctor is still you. The Doctor: And I'm him. Rose: All right, both of you, answer me this: When I last stood on this beach, on the worst day of my life, what was the last thing you said to me? Go on, say it. The Doctor: I said "Rose Tyler". Rose: Yeah? And how was that sentence gonna end? The Doctor: Does it need saying? Rose: And you, Doctor, what was the end of that sentence? Another view. Another screenshot from an episode. Rose and two Doctors. Doctor and Meta-Crisis Doctor. Meta-Crisis Doctor and Rose. Another view. So, we met with the Doctor and his companions, and we can now go on a journey, and to begin to explore the TARDIS) Murray Gold - The Greatest Story Never Told In general, it is a theme of the first appearance of River Song in the fourth season, but I like it a lot, so I just put it here) Here it is, a world-famous British police telephone box! All stickers for the TARDIS were drawn from scratch by me. The basic design of my TARDIS is inspired by the work from Lego Ideas, especially AndrewClark2's. But my know-how is the doors? which can open and close. However, in fact, they should open inward, but the design does not allow me to do so. My TARDIS is a bit disproportionate relative to the minifigures because of the need to create a functioning door. If you look inside the TARDIS, you can see its core and center console, as in this picture. View from above. View from above without the roof. Here you can see heavy paper insert. A picture on insert were drawn by me - partly at Photoshop, partly by pencils. So we looked at TARDIS outside, we can move now to its central room - the console room. Murray Gold - This Is Gallifrey: Our Childhood, Our Home The composition is dedicated to Doctor's home planet - theGallifrey, locked in a trap of the Time War. The TARDIS have a lot of different rooms, but most of the scenes of the series is featured console room from which you can control the movements of a time machine. In different seasons TARDIS interior design has changed, so the console of the Eleventh and Twelfth Doctor is particularly different from the Ninth and Tenth consoles, which I took as a basis. Unfortunately, I could not get with a drawing of coral background, but in general, I think, it works. TARDIS inside door is looks mirror reflection the door outside. View from above. View from above without background. View without background. Another view. The central part of the TARDIS consists of the center console and the time column. TARDIS time column keeps the energy due to which the time machine can operate. The design of the main consoles I took from The TARDIS Handbook. Although there are depicted the console of Eleventh Doctor, to build them from Lego is quite difficult, so they just served as an example of console design. TARDIS when flying often shakes, because it must be controlled by six pilots (according to the number of consoles) but has to be controlled by one Doctor as only he knows for what all these unthinkable buttons are intended. On the helm console placed steering mechanism with eyepiece and time rotor handbrake. To the right of it (or counterclockwise) is a navigation console, on which time and space forward/back control and directional pointer are placed. To the right of it is a diagnostic console, on which quantum foam manipulators, bunsen burner and organic diagnostic are placed. Between the previous and next console is the monitor placed. Image on it was took from an episode Stolen Earth. To the right of it is a communication console, on which voice recorder, analogue radio waves detect/monitor/change, scanner/typewriter and an analogue telephone are placed. To the right of it is a fabrication console, on which materialise/dematerialise fabrication and fabricated dispenser are placed. To the right of it is a mechanical console, on which engine release lever,locking down mech and gyroscopic stabilizer are placed. The TARDIS also have two assitional consoles - left and right. Left console. Right console. Tenth Doctor and Rose at the TARDIS. Tenth Doctor and Donna at the TARDIS. It's time to meet the enemies of the Doctor. Murray Gold - The Dark and Endless Dalek Night Music that accompanied the Dalek invasion in the fourth season. The Daleks are the main enemies of the Doctor, armored beings, devoid of all emotions, but hatred, dreaming to become the only race in the universe. Their catchphrase is "Exterminate!". Daleks of different eras differ by color. I made a small squad of the Time War Daleks. Brown is ordinary soldier. Left view. Front view. Right view. Rear view. Black is the leader. Left view. Front view. Right view. Rear view. Red is the supreme commander. Left view. Front view. Right view. Rear view. Doctor and Donna surrounded by the Daleks. Murray Gold – The Cybermen The Cybermen theme from the first season. The Cybermen are humans who have put their brain and central nervous system in a robot's body. However, they are deprived of all the emotions and also tend to turn all the humans into Cybermen. Their catchphrase is "Delete!". Another view. Doctor and Rose hides from the Cybermen. Murray Gold – Blink (Suite) Music from an episode Blink - the first episode in whch the Weeping Angels are appeared. The Weeping Angels are quantum-locked beings, which means that they turn to the stone statues when someone looks at them. If no one is watching, they move very fast. That is why they hide their faces, as if they saw each other, they turn to a stone forever. If Weeping Angel touches a living being, it will go into the past, and will live there until his or her death, without the possibility to return to his or her life at nis or her own's century, with the Angel gets power of all the days that his victim could live. The only way to escape from them - not to blink. The Weeping Angel. Angel hides its face (this is quite problematic for a minifigure to do that). Weeping Angel stretched out its hands to the victim. Another view. The angels takes the phone box. A good way to neutralize the Weeping Angels forever. Screenshot from an episode Blink: "Don't blink, don't even blink! Blink and you're dead. They're fast, faster than you can believe. Don't turn your back, don't look away, and don't blink! Good Luck." Thanks for watching and any comments are very welcomed!
NOTE: these models are presented in comic format with comic captions in italics and notes on construction in these symbols: ( ), Also, please do NOT move this to the comic forum! After a long day outrunning Daleks and their creator, Davros, and loosing his TARDIS in the snowy drifts of some ice covered planet, the 11th Doctor finally finds the TARDIS and tries to open the door. "That's funny, I don't remember locking it" he says. He finds the door key in his coat pocket and unlocks the door. (This is the outside of set 21304, along with the 11th Doctor in yellow-skin form. Note the printed Saint John's ambulance part has been turned backwards to create a blank space) Stepping inside, the Doctor notices odd: the desktop scheme for the console room had changed in his absence, back to something he had not seen for a long time... (The inside is new: I changed the light gray, and silver with trans-blue to tan, and dark gray, with dark tan. "Who goes there?" says a familiar voice that seems like a page out of his (relatively) recent past. Suddenly, it occurs to the 11th Doctor that he has accidentally stepped into his predecessors life, also known as 10th Doctor and his TARDIS! He then responds "just an timey-wimey friend from a you yet to come." (This inside, apart from the 10th Doctor's console, is new and completely my design. If you look carefully you will see a certain special pocket-watch next to the sonic screwdriver under the screen. I finally found a use for that Lone Ranger part!) "oh, is that all?" says Doctor number 10. "I detected Daleks in the area, and assumed they would be attacking any minute now." A voice from the other side of the console replies "Affirmative". "Is that K-9?" says 11. "Yes, and he must have blown a fuse, as he was saying something about a talking cat-unicorn, cuckoos and a crazy land in the clouds." says 10. (K-9 is a cobbled-together copy of the one from the dimensions set, and I think some of you may realize where K-9 went and who he met!) Meanwhile, outside: "The TARDIS has been located!" says a Dalek. (These Daleks and Davros was inspired by EuroBricks user Deskp, who is also known as deskp1990 on Flickr) "Good, begin transport to Skaro at once!" Davros said, "and based on these sensor readings, we have two time lords to EXTERMINATE!" (Is this the end? Well, of the Doctor (s), no, they escapes in a spectacular scene full of expensive special effects, scary monsters and a great tear-jerking speech by the 10th Doctor. In fact, it is so expensive and lavish, that the entire budget went up in smoke by way of planning and staging it, plus non one bothered to buy the film to record it or tell Mr. Moffat that there was no film, so it was already over before it was realized there was no evidence of the finale! Oh well! )