Doctor Who Tardis

Doctor Who’s Tardis.

 

This model is fan art and has no connection to the BBC. Doctor Who, is copyright © by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).

No copyright infringement is intended & is for personal none comercial use


Download free model here {filelink=32}

Setup Instructions Below:

Step 1: Cut out all the components

Step 2: Glue the inside of
the door to the back of the door. (the one with the door handle and
white sign)

Step 3: Glue all inside
pieces to inside, ensuring that the tardis main control panel is
directly oposite the  door panel

Step 4: Cut open door.

Step 5: Score the door on
the indside so that it can  be bent open.

Step 6: Glue general box
together

Step 7: Stick ceiling on.

Step 8: Gluefloor inplace,
then glue in floor panel

Step 9: Use back of thin
object to ensure floor panel is  stuck in evenly.

Step 10: Glue on the roof

Step 11: Assemble top roof
box

Step 12: Glue roof box in
place

Step 13: Assemble Light

Step 14: Glue light in place

Step 15: And you are done.

7 Responses to Doctor Who Tardis

  1. Paola on August 7, 2012 at 12:16 pm

    I like it! thank you!

  2. Ale de Boer on August 7, 2012 at 3:52 pm

    Very nice, thank you!!
    Now we wait for the the new Doctor Who series.
    It promises to be great.

    • Dragnoz on August 8, 2012 at 7:30 am

      It does look excellent doesn’t it… “Dinosaurs… on a Spaceship…” I just hate the Mid Season break thing they are now doing :( not sure about the new companion, but then again I wasn’t to sure about amy.

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  5. Rebecca on December 14, 2012 at 12:27 am

    I love this! I just made it to put it on a birthday cake. I’m going to leave a “hello sweetie” card on his truck for when he gets out of work to tell him to go to this restaurant where I will have his cake with this tardis on it. :)

    • Dragnoz on December 17, 2012 at 8:21 am

      :-D thats an awesome birthday idea!! yes im a BIG fan to the “hello sweetie” so is my son hehe. Please send me some pics of the cake!

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