I made this a while back out of spare, used art materials just chucked in a corner of my room.
30 days of Doctor Who Day 30 Make a TARDIS out of things in your room
This is a TARDIS made out of Duct tape, cardboard, kleenex box, paper and some pen in lines/writing. I have all the items before this challenge. This is my first major project I did with Duct tape and it is beautiful. I am pretty proud of it
Well, things in my room from two years ago…
I crocheted some sonic screwdrivers
Hand-made Doctor Who finger puppets for Emerson. I can’t wait to tell my daughter all about the Raggedy Man’s amazing adventures.
Tardis Build Weekend #8. It’s finally done! I had to fight the weather to get it painted. I installed a solar garden light that lights it up pretty well at night for a few hours. The last picture is of the interior. I haven’t decided what to do with the space yet.
It’s bigger on the inside!
Wibbly wobbly fortune teller for the indecisive Time Lord
So I finished building my hollow form for ceramics today. I REALLY wish I would have had more time but we weren’t allowed to do any more adjustments after today. They have to dry before getting fired on Monday and Tuesday. I REALLY hope it’s arms or eyes dont fall off.
Any who it’ll look cooler once I can get some color on it but I wanted to make sure I got photo evidence that it exists. Ya know just in case it doesn’t survive the kiln.
PLEASE KILN GODS PROTECT MY BABY.
I’ve been meaning to post this for ages now, this is a TARDIS bookshelf I made for a school project.
It about 1.2 meters high, the windows and lamp at the top light up, (the switch and circuitry are inside a hollowed book) as well as having two hidden compartments. (Bigger on the inside!)
One is a draw at the top, accessed by pulling up the lamp, the other is a hidden compartment, accessed using magnets on metal plates inlaid into the draw bottom.
Hope you like it!
I don’t think I ever posted my project at its finish! Well, finally built that TARDIS and got to use it. WOOOO
Sonic screwdriver paper sculpt trio
Some time ago I found a weird plumbing part and instantly thought sonic screwdriver. After looking up some tutorials online, a trip to the hardware store and some tinkering I made my own =D
Perler Bead project of Matt Smith (11th doctor) out of approximately 10,000 beads. I am proud and can not WAIT to give it to him in 8 days.
Progress on my TARDIS cabinet!