01 April 2015


???/ Tardis- Doctor Who Papercraft
Name: Time And Relative Dimensions In Space
Type: Very Cool Spaceship
Species: Bigger on the inside Spaceship
Height: No way to tell! Did I mention it's smaller on the outside?
Weight: Who can say? This thing is HUGE!
Interesting Facts: "Something OLD, something NEW, something BORROWED, something BLUE!". The coolest spaceship there is. It can travel in time and space (shame it can't freely travel dimensions, poor Rose Tyler...), it's so big it once had a library WITH A POOL! It has a chameleon circuit, which allows it to disguise itself depending on the environment. The Doctor's TARDIS has a defective one, but as it's been pointed many times, can be fixed. It seems to both change with the Doctor when he regenerates and can also be changed at the Doctor's will. Despite the sign on the door saying to pull to open, the Doctor pushes.
You know that sound it makes, the wheezing, groaning? The sound that brings hope to everyone that hears it (even the Doctor himself)?  It's not supposed to make that noise, it happens because the Doctor leaves the breaks on. During an episode, the TARDIS was forced into the body of a woman, where it said "Hello" to the Doctor, and after all these years of travel, said it was nice to meet him.

Height: 18.0 cm / 7.0 in
Width: 9.0 cm / 3.5 in
Depth: 9.1 cm / 3.5 in
Pages: 4
Pieces: 15
Level: Easy
Designer: LuIS
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: Pretty simple model. Build every part separated and glue them together once they are together. More instructions are included on the template. The door hangs aren't on the 3D, I've cut two small stripes of paper and glued them to the indicated places.

Download: A4 / Letter


Anonymous said...

Nice tardis! Happy April Fool's everybody! Can't fool me this year!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful! I've been looking for a TARDIS that was more than just a cube- this one looks very three dimensional! Or, fourth, possibly ;P Thanks so much, fellow Whovian, you've made me quite happy!

Anonymous said...

I can't open it

Brandon said...

The FAQ has a link to Winrar, a free program to open RAR files: