Quoting Emmett G
Can you please tell me where you got the torso for the doctor?
Hi Emmett (that's about to be a very LEGO name thanks to the movie!), the top is Doctor Kilroy's from the Adventurers theme. It came in two sets, here's the Brickset link: http://www.brickset.com/minifigs/?m=adv033
Where do you get the roof tiles? I looked on lego.shop and found all the other pieces of the Tardis in pick-a-brick, but I did not find the roof tiles.
For the Sonic Screwdriver, I am planning to trim part off the syringe from the surgeon minifigure. Our lego store currently has a lot of them in the build a minifigure bins. Build a few figures for my kids, and get 3 Sonic Screwdrivers.
This is amazing! I'm trying to make an 11th Dr of my own (except I'm using the Dr. Lightning suspenders instead of the gray suit). A couple questions: What face did you use for the doc? Is the hair from Anakin Skywalker? And lastly, what torso did you use for Amy?
I do not know why there has been a sudden rash of Doctor Who appearances in the Lego timeline, maybe there is a contest I am once again missing, but yours is by far the most smashing version I have seen. Sadly, it is of Matt, and not David Tenant (my fave), so that earns you five smiles and a smirk.
Thanks for the comments guys,
Quino 124 - the hair is the same as the Agent Trace hair from LEGO Agents - but remember the blue windows and the hair are painted parts!
Sidewinder - Yes, I missed off the St John's Ambulance sticker on the door, but this was based on early images from the first episode and I didn't know if the new cleaned up and shiny TARDIS would be in the episode, as it was it only turned up at the end - so maybe this is the old one!
To thoses who want the instructions - I'll get around to taking a few pictures of the construction - but again some of these parts are painted - do not be upset that they are not out there as real LEGO bricks!
Wow that moc is amazing brilliant detail and the characters look like they've just popped out if the tv screen! I was wondering if it was possible to let me know what minifig torso you used for the doctor and what hair you used for amy as I was planning to have a go myself if you don't mind. Thanks anyway and once again great build!
I like it
May 28, 2010
There is only one thing there is missing, I, being a Doctor-Who die-hard fan, noticed. On the 11th doctors Tartus, there is a round sticker, spiked around the edges, one the pane to the right of the square police sticker (the middle one). other than that, I am truly impressed!
really cool. im a new fan of doctor who. i got intrested when my teacher showed us the infinite quest movie in class. the decals and little wand thingy (what is that called?) are cool.
oh got to stop commercials over!(im watching THE TIME OF ANGELS rignt now)
Yeah, the Sonic Screwdriver is made from the handle of a damaged Ice-pick I had laying around. I am normally pretty purist, a few decals is all I've ever put in my MOCs before but there are so many nice SNOTted TARDIS's out there from other people and this is such a simple and nice way to do it I just had to paint these windows! It's possible the frames will be in blue one day, but I can't imagine a reason the windows would ever be made!
Superb - the torso for the Doctor is spot on for Matt Smith's new style, love your new Tardis design and the sonic screwdriver (what piece is that please? is it cut down?). I'm a little bit surprised that you've painted pieces, as I've only ever seen purist creations from you with the odd decal, but it all looks seamless so good job. Only two weeks to go 'til the new season starts, and the weeping Angels are back - one of my favourite monsters from the Tennant years in one of my favourite episodes, 'Blink'. Can't wait!