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  • RedfernRedfern Posts: 1,323

    And the crudely "cast" Venus de Milo with the blatant seam lines and the obious "plug" hiding that button!

    Though I rather liked the swimming pool with its "period" design that Leela used in the first episode (and depicted in episode 6).

    Sincerely,

    Bill

     

  • DodgerDodger Posts: 91
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  • DodgerDodger Posts: 91
    bluto said:

    i would really love to see the copper sexy console room or the chrystal mystery console room made

    I found this: https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model/c8866b9dabb5cf8aca08066b31d87923/TARDIS-control-room-updated-March-2017
     

    The image shown isn't very good but it's a sketchup image so one should not expect it to be.
    Download the Collada version to convert into something useful in Poser or DAZ with these sketchup models. Also, it will almost certainly need to be scaled and materials set.

  • Eustace ScrubbEustace Scrubb Posts: 2,524
    edited August 1
    Redfern said:

    Oh!  I didn't realize you had already uploaded this version.

    Amusing notion to have "linking" pieces to "segue" from one motif to another.

    You're not gonna' depict the "brick and mortar" hallways and stairwells we saw in "The Invasion of Time" are you?  I understand the real life reasoning behind it and the "in story' explanation that "internal configuration" circuits can make the place look like anything, but...oy...  Too bad the production was not able to use a building with Greco-Roman motifs rather than "Birmingham Industrial" (for lack of a better description).

    Sincerely,

    Bill

    Also canonoically supported in the mostly-lost episodes / novelization of Shada, wherein a fugitive Time Lord called Professor Chronotis (actually named Salyavin) disguises his TARDIS as professorial rooms at Cambridge.  Its external appearance was the door, and the Professor's Rooms are the interior of the TARDIS itself.

    https://tardis.fandom.com/wiki/Shada_(novelisation)

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  • SpottedKittySpottedKitty Posts: 7,069
    Also canonoically supported in the mostly-lost episodes / novelization of Shada, wherein a fugitive Time Lord called Professor Chronotis (actually named Salyavin) disguises his TARDIS as professorial rooms at Cambridge.  Its external appearance was the door, and the Professor's Rooms are the interior of the TARDIS itself.

    Oh, that's sneaky!  

  • DodgerDodger Posts: 91
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  • blutobluto Posts: 645
    edited August 2

    something i got , and am rigging for poser

     

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  • blutobluto Posts: 645

    i know its a little dark , im still trying to set up lights 

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