Doctor Who And Companions
More LEGO photos of my set will be posted on my website HERE
You Tube video showing Tardis unfold and interior
The iconic Tardis sits where it all began, Totters Lane. The scene is a typical London street, with brick wall/fencing and lamp post with Totters Lane sign. The Doctor and his companion stand outside with K9 ready for adventures. The Tardis opens up to become the inner Tardis walls and can be placed next to the console where the Doctor controls their journey through time.
The set includes:
Tardis, exterior / interior walls.
(LEGO if you don't want to use the frame and "glass" part of my Tardis design that's ok)
Interior console ( LEGO can choose if they want the full, console and tilt damage )
K9 (18 parts)
1 Dalek red, or gray (25 parts) (assuming Lego can get the license)
Minifigs (most have dual printed face, happy and shocked )
1 and possibly 2 Doctors. An older and more recent Doctor, so older and younger fans have a Doctor.
For the more recent Doctor, I propose Tennant, or maybe Capaldi, who is the latest incarnation. For the other I propose the 4th Doctor Tom Baker, and possibly Sara Jane as his companion. I am open for LEGO to choose the Doctor/s
2 Companions (Rose Tyler if Tennant is chosen, or Clara Oswald if Capaldi is chosen.
(Possiblility of 1) Weeping Angel (Face printed on both sides)
(Possiblility of 1) Cyberman
If LEGO likes the idea, a sound brick for the iconic Tardis sound.
Due to the nature of the set fans may buy 2 sets. One to have the Tardis on the street scene, and another to have the Tardis unfolded to become the inner walls placed next to console.
Total part count including Minifigs around 530 (less if just the top of the console is chosen)
LEGO I will supply you with the Ldd file. If you choose this I am open to you, and fans choosing which Doctor/s. And choosing if you want only certain parts of the design/ Minifigures.
Be warned which way you turn, sometimes, it's a choice between becoming a rock and a hard place, as the Weeping Angel may turn you to stone, or the Dalek exterminate you!
Figures have dual sided printed facial expressions.
Real photos of Lego, with contrast adjustment in Photoshop, and Laser fire! Not sure look HERE
Tom's scarf works with an existing LEGO part, but with a scarf printed on it. The shade and cloth folds, and waviness details are built into the printed color. The scarf being a part is also removable.
I think fans may geek out if the Box was a front view photo, or render of the Iconic LEGO Tardis. The top left window could be the LEGO logo, and below that the white rectangle could have text saying the set number, part count etc. The box doors could open showing photos of the set. I think this would appeal more to Who fans, stand out on store shelves, and make the set more unique and collectible. LEGO did a similar thing with the 4x4 Crawler Exclusive Edition. The set could have a small pamphlet with details on Doctor Who and it's history.
Thank you for your support, and consideration.