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Goodbye ... my Sarah Jane
Dedicated to Elisabeth Sladen (1 February 1946 - 19 April 2011)
About this creation
Elisabeth Sladen was an English actress best known for her role as Sarah Jane Smith in the British television series Doctor Who. She was a regular cast member from 1973 to 1976, alongside both Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker, and reprised the role many times in subsequent decades, both on Doctor Who and its spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures.



Sarah Jane: “Goodbye, Doctor.”
The Doctor: “Oh, it's not goodbye.”
Sarah Jane: “You say it, please. This time. ... Say it.”
The Doctor: “Goodbye. ... My Sarah Jane.”













Sarah Jane: “K-9!”
K-9: „Mistress?“
Sarah Jane: „But you were blown up.”
K-9: “The master rebuilt me. My systems are much improved with new omni-flexible hyperlink facilities.”
Sarah Jane: “He replaced you with a brand-new model.”
K-9: “Affirmative.”
Sarah Jane: “Yeah. He does that.”

This scene was one of her last appearances on Doctor Who (Doctor Who 2005 - Season 2 Episode 3: School reunion) and had a great impact on me.





I created this vignette as a LEGO® equivalent to a triptych. It will decorate my living room table for two or three weeks and I’ll be able to rearange it a few times when I get tired of it.







For those of you who want to build their own K-9, here are the building instructions:











Two more shots of the vignette:











Sarah Jane: “Come on, you. Home. We've got work to do.”
K-9: “Affirmative.”




Legal Bit: 'Doctor Who' is a Registered Trademark of BBC Worldwide. The 'Doctor Who' logo and all images from the television series are copyright BBC Worldwide.



Comments

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  October 4, 2013
great build!
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  September 30, 2012
this episode really made me left with a lump in my throught. i really loved elizabeth sladen, and this a great model you made !
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  September 30, 2012
after the passing of elizabeth sladen, i myself made a lego memorial. this is brilliant and captures if not one of the most hard hitting scenes in the new series of dw, except for the way the ponds leave . :)
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  June 12, 2012
I just finished this episode! I love K-9 ! Your "Blue Box" design is really good!
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  November 16, 2011
This moc captured those moments in the episode.
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  September 23, 2011
Wow! I just finished watching this episode. I really love K-9 he was awesome!
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  September 19, 2011
WOW!
 I made it 
  September 19, 2011
Quoting Nick Pascale I meant to ask - did you sew his jacket?
I didn't really sew it, but it's real cloth. I glued 2 little pieces to the arms and they're not really attached to the rest of the coat.
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  September 19, 2011
I meant to ask - did you sew his jacket?
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  September 19, 2011
I used to be a Dr.Who fan, I need to catch up! I love the way you did the instructions for K-9! Please ome by and look at my Space Police Dog House and the review I did on Sean's new book: COOL CITY! Also give a peekat my Alice in Wonderland sets!
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  June 25, 2011
I think I should get into this Doctor Who...from the looks of your creations, it seems like a great show. On another note, great photography and smooth colors.
Mr. Xenomurphy
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Austin Teller
  June 24, 2011
I heard the actress died from cancer pretty tragic. Great creation though
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  June 24, 2011
Amazing, love that last pic! =)
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  June 24, 2011
I've never seen a vignette presented in this manner. The multiple sections are beautifully done and the effect is really stunning. I sort of wish that I watched this show so that I knew what you were talking about, but the wow factor is still not lost on me. Very impressive display!
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  June 24, 2011
I "Ah"'d out loud when K9 came on - he's so cute :) Great job with this!
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  June 23, 2011
Very nice, Hans said it best, so I will leave it at that! (PS: Love the legal bit)
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  June 23, 2011
Poignant and beautiful. Sarah Jane will be much missed.
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  June 21, 2011
How many tears did you shed in the course of making this?
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  June 20, 2011
great scene, fantastic K9.
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  June 20, 2011
cool scene- I LOVE that last pic!
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  June 19, 2011
Beautiful. Your presentation skill is only surpassed by your mastery of the brick.~H
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  June 19, 2011
You never cease to amaze me....the artistry in this MOC is beautifully done, and the fact that you have been sharing instructions at the end.....just an impeccable eye for detail!
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  June 19, 2011
Great job my friend, the dog is brilliant, the last picture in fantastic... As always a Master work!!
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  June 19, 2011
That was one of my favourite scenes! It's wonderful to see it in Lego!
 I made it 
  June 19, 2011
Quoting The Essence Of Randomness . BTW the Docs hair shouldn't be ginger, as when he regenerates he's like "Still not ginger!"
I know. The problem is, I think the hairpice is perfect for Tennant, but it doesn't come in brown or dark brown. Maybe I should use the black one or customise it, since I'm planning to do an 11 Doctor Poster and there I'll use customised parts anyway.
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  June 19, 2011
Quoting Mark E Sarah has a creepy face. LOL
It's not creepy, it's a bit wrinkled. It happens when you grow older. *sigh*
 I made it 
  June 19, 2011
Quoting Parrington Levens Great Moc and pres, you are probably too good to work for TLG...
Thanks, boss. With MOCpages (and BL) there's no need to work for TLG. This is much more fun.
Mr. Xenomurphy
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Lucas .
  June 18, 2011
Fantastic work, unfortunately I haven't seen the scene you are talking about yet, but the way you describe it makes me feel I should, anyway great work!
Mr. Xenomurphy
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Mark E
  June 18, 2011
Sarah has a creepy face. LOL
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  June 18, 2011
Oh, I've got something that might make you happy. My summer lego project is an eighth doctor blue box interior, and now that I have enough funds for bricklink, I'm working out some plans in LDD. Recently, I've been thinking about putting away the bricks though, which is scaring me a bit.... trying to ward it off..... just 2 years and I'm in the clear hopefully. Thanks for all the support, Mr. Xenomurphy. And again, an excellent MOC!
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  June 18, 2011
Beautiful.. that was amazing. Thank you for sharing!
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  June 18, 2011
Great homage. 'Twas a sad moment.
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  June 18, 2011
I'm a Yank, and I've only seen a few of the more recent Dr. Who shows. I must say, though, that this scene is filled with great emotion. I have little doubt that she was one of the most dynamic characters and people that show had.
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  June 18, 2011
This MOC seems to echo the pathos and the emotions of the scene quite well. DW is a perennial favorite and this episode in particular was an emotional roller coaster. Excellent choice in the faces to match the actor/actress...
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  June 18, 2011
Excellent MOC. Absolutely excellent. A perfectly executed dedication. Elisabeth Sladen shall always be missed, always a never healing hole in our hearts. I'm a big fan of Doctor Who, although I haven't seen much pre-Eccleston. Enough blubbering from me, though, it's your spotlight. 10/5, nay 100/5 just because it almost brought me to tears :')
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  June 18, 2011
Not a big Dr. Who fan today (i kinda was when I was a kid) but this MOC has great detail, and great photography. Awesome job!
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  June 18, 2011
Nice little way of remembering one of the best actresses the shows ever had. BTW the Docs hair shouldn't be ginger, as when he regenerates he's like "Still not ginger!"
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  June 18, 2011
Man that last shot in particular, very moving. Death is a sad destination we must all visit eventually, best enjoy the journey as we much as we can. Great Moc and pres, you are probably too good to work for TLG...
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  June 18, 2011
Nicely done, and great tribute. Cool disappearing effect, too. The whole instruction thing is slick. Excellent job, Chief!
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  June 18, 2011
SHE DIED!!!!????? THE HUMANITY!!!!! *sobs into arm* nice K-9 btw
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  June 18, 2011
Every vig of yours is something special. This time the reference sets a certain mood to it. The presentation is flawless. The technique for those hedgerows is clever and K-9 is perfect. Love that last shot.
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  June 18, 2011
Never seen the show, but each of these Dr. Who posts of yours are wonderfully presented and filled with interesting techniques and great photography! Well done!
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  June 18, 2011
Very nice.
  June 18, 2011
Great landscaping, this scene was one of my favorites of the second series and of the first four only to be topped by Agatha Christie and also Donna in Fires of Pompeii when she has the doctor just save someone.
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  June 18, 2011
You, Mr. Xenomurphy, are now on my favorite list. And not only because Doctor Who is almost my favorite show of all time, but also because your creations are absolutely brilliant...Absolutely brilliant...Now on to the creation. Awesome. Need I say more? Okay, Amazing, brilliant, cool, sweet, epic, nice, all words that describe it. I think you captured the scene perfectly!
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  June 18, 2011
Nice build. I remember that episode... And her. I REALLY want that K-9... ~LegoBob
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  June 18, 2011
Amazing, and very very sad. I really do miss her. Another great model.
 
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