Well .... what I was planning to put in it required something called permission which appears to have been answered via a form response ... so “no huge insides for Tardis” ... so for the adventurous, my brilliant idea was to create either a ‘skybox’ or an ‘inside/out’ sphere and put a nice photo image of the interior which of course could be enlarged as one opens the doors and goes inside the Tardis [with a pose to close view of the Tardis itself while inside it.]
As my request concerning the Tardis itself appears to have been overlooked or ignored ... does anybody know of any official fanart stance of the BBC’s concerning fanart? While they definitely didn’t design nor make the original police call boxes, I did find an off-hand comment indicating that they allegedly have trademarked the police phone call box ... which is rather puzzling if true, but anyway ... [possibly one should not watch The Tudors while modeling the Tardis ]
It was while looking for the phone that I thought was what would go in that little free phone box that I discovered all the available, mostly free Tardis stuff “some of which” I listed in a post above. Didn’t find a specific phone for it ... but rather a nifty collection of tools and keys. Given the weight of this model, I’d recommend using a texture image unless actually required one of those rather curious instruments.
I have some other phone booths in mind for modeling too ... so just in case this one falls through ... some kind of a phone booth is planned for release. The booths around here tend to be of glass, some with swinging doors, some with a folding door. They’re neat. Used in many programs from Get Smart to The Matrix. As far as I know, not a copyrightable item, let alone trademark?!
[but to note, sometimes strange things do get trademarked, like one certain tree in one certain field and woe betide the traveler that takes its photo]