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Sorry for the delay - work stuff got in the way (it's a pain like that, right?)
Danoftardis wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 2:22 pm
The consoles look great with the walls, did you get the images from the internet or make them yourself? I ask because I've been looking for some decent images for TARDIS walls myself and I feel like I've seen these images somewhere before. The Tom console is shaping up nice as well.
The backdrops are from a few different sources, a combination of AFT downloads, Clayton Hickman shower curtains(!) and some good old screencaps.
The Pyramids of Mars one is probably the only unaltered one and that was a Clayton Hickman shower curtain posted on his twitter.
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Thu Nov 07, 2019 3:19 pm
I have to say your paintwork is just amazing. Do you do it all by hand?
Thanks! Painting is something I'm not very confident in (yet), so I really appreciate it! Yes, it's all done by hand, aside from printing inserts for Tardis signs and so forth.

Speaking of painting, I've just about finished my Hartnell original Tardis (and the Whittaker one is all printed, and waiting for painting).

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What’s your paint recipe?
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DalekCheese wrote:
Wed Nov 20, 2019 7:52 am
What’s your paint recipe?
For the Hartnell Tardis? Started with a base coat of dark blue (almost black), then multiple layers of dry brushing a few different shades of blue to build up the colour. Then a final dry brush of white for some further wear and tear.

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silentrepose wrote:
Wed Nov 20, 2019 9:01 pm
DalekCheese wrote:
Wed Nov 20, 2019 7:52 am
What’s your paint recipe?
For the Hartnell Tardis? Started with a base coat of dark blue (almost black), then multiple layers of dry brushing a few different shades of blue to build up the colour. Then a final dry brush of white for some further wear and tear.
Thanks :)
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The Hartnell TARDIS looks lovely, I really like your paint application.
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Finished painting up my Hartnell console on the 23rd - seems appropriate somehow!
Thanks everyone on team green - I'm glad I didn't go with white after all.

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Truly a thing of beauty. I'm sure you've been asked before, but where did you get these models?
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These are all excellent, loving the paintwork on that Hartnell box.

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silentrepose wrote:
Sat Nov 23, 2019 9:14 pm
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Finished painting up my Hartnell console on the 23rd - seems appropriate somehow!
Thanks everyone on team green - I'm glad I didn't go with white after all.
Gorgeous, trully a thing of beauty.
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Gek2Win wrote:
Sat Nov 23, 2019 9:36 pm
Truly a thing of beauty. I'm sure you've been asked before, but where did you get these models?
Thank you! These are all 3d printed, the digital models are from a range of sources, some from the 3DprintingDoctorWho website/facebook group, some from tinkercad or thingiverse. In every case, I've made changes for the versions I print, either for accuracy, ease of printing, or even to make it easier to paint. I'm also working on a number of items from scratch, for instance:

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This is an early draft at a Lucie Miller, sculpted (digitally) from scratch. I've got a long list of companions and monsters I want to create

Finally, I've nearly finished painting up my Whittaker Tardis!
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I'm not entirely thrilled with it and might end up repainting again, but it will do for now!

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