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MadMan1701A November 22 2013 02:03 AM

Doctor Who 50th Crossover
 
Hey guys...

In honor of Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary this weekend, I made up a couple of images that I just thought would look neat.

I was actually surprised that they're aren't many pictures of the Enterprise with the TARDIS, and none that I could find with Klingon ships!

http://madshipyard.com/images/Wallpa...s_HD_Small.jpg

1920x1080: http://madshipyard.com/images/Wallpa...eTardis_HD.jpg

http://madshipyard.com/images/Wallpa...m_HD_Small.jpg

1920x1080: http://madshipyard.com/images/Wallpa...ngStorm_HD.jpg

I hope you guys enjoy them. I'm going to be thinking of somewhere else to put my new TARDIS model... any ideas? :)

-Ricky

Kruezerman November 22 2013 02:27 AM

Re: Doctor Who 50th Crossover
 
The deck of the aircraft carrier Intrepid next to the space shuttle.

Wereghost November 22 2013 02:30 AM

Re: Doctor Who 50th Crossover
 
The brig from STID.

Nightowl1701 November 22 2013 11:39 AM

Re: Doctor Who 50th Crossover
 
"Shooting space garbage is no test of a warrior's mettle. I need a target that fights back." :klingon:

Redfern November 22 2013 12:32 PM

Re: Doctor Who 50th Crossover
 
Seeing these and considering your "prime alternative" Enterprise makes me wonder how you would design the TARDIS console and control room.

Sincerely,

Bill

Kaiser November 22 2013 03:39 PM

Re: Doctor Who 50th Crossover
 
Awesome Arts :)

publiusr November 22 2013 08:58 PM

Re: Doctor Who 50th Crossover
 
Having he Tardis chameleon circuit change it into a turbolift, with Picard walking into the Tardis control room by mistake would be interesting.

MadMan1701A November 23 2013 03:24 PM

Re: Doctor Who 50th Crossover
 
Thanks guys. Getting pretty excited now, for the 50th Anniversary Episoe today. :) I hope we get something like this for Trek's 50th, in a couple years!

Quote:

Redfern wrote: (Post 8923015)
Seeing these and considering your "prime alternative" Enterprise makes me wonder how you would design the TARDIS console and control room.

Sincerely,

Bill

I was actually thinking about that the other day, when we were watching some Tom Baker episodes. I think the latest design is just about perfect, with the exception of the combination lock type thing above the console.

Quote:

publiusr wrote: (Post 8924695)
Having he Tardis chameleon circuit change it into a turbolift, with Picard walking into the Tardis control room by mistake would be interesting.

That is an awesome idea. :)

-Ricky

Redfern November 24 2013 03:59 AM

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Quote:

MadMan1701A wrote: (Post 8927788)
I think the latest design is just about perfect, with the exception of the combination lock type thing above the console.

Yeah, I'm not too ecstatic with the counter rotating carousel elements near the ceiling. You need either a wide angle shot or an upward aimed shot to get them in frame to clearly demonstrate the craft is in motion. With a more traditionally "bobbing" central cylinder, one can have tighter shots and still get the moving elements into frame.

Now, the console itself I LOVE as it harkens to the kind of control boards depicted in the classic series. The illuminated plinth really sets off the piece. If only the outer perimeter walls had traditional inset glowing roundels, I'd really love the arrangement. (Oh, I do rather like the railing mounted stations. It adds visual interest and provides for for dramatic poses the centrally located console alone just can't provide.

Oh, speaking of roundels, I don't think it's too bad a "spoiler" to say a few panels of the deeply set Hartnell era type walls make a brief appearance in "Day of the Doctor" and the characters comment favorably about them.

Sincerely,

Bill


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