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The Doctor is in...

Discussion in 'Digis - Digital Miniatures 3D Modeling' started by Finh, Aug 27, 2021.

  1. Finh New Member

    Created this for a friend who`s a massive fan of the series, Also working on a full body version, with K9 making an appearance...hopefully post that soon too.... if all goes well will look at the others
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  2. Warren SMITH A Fixture

    Excellent work.. Im a big fan of the series too, so keep us posted. Full bodied version, would be my preference.. What scale are you looking to make them in.
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  3. Nap Moderator

    Impressive 3D artwork there

    Thanks for sharing hope we see more from you

  4. Finh New Member

    Thanks Warren, the full body figure is in the works.....as for size I`m open to suggestions. jumping between sizes takes a little work to make sure the detail is retained if going larger...but isn`t too much of a problem .I`m currently working on 120mm but can go either way.
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  5. MCPWilk A Fixture

    150mm would allow a bit more detail in the paint work and would tie in with Airfix 1/12 Doctor Who models.

  6. Finh New Member

    150mm should be an easy do, and like you say add those little details that add focus when painting...will keep that in mind.
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  7. Warren SMITH A Fixture

    Hi, I would have said 120mm, due to the hope of the series expanding and then making room in the display cabinet, but Mike does have a point... Please keep us posted..
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  8. Finh New Member

    There`s not too much difference between 120 and 150 so could potentially do both...maybe,;) all depends on what interest is there , if any. Will have to start looking into who to do next.....and start collecting the ref to be ready.

    Whos next?
  9. Warren SMITH A Fixture

    The Brigadier, Sarah Jane SMITH or Sgt Benton....:whistle:
  10. captfue Active Member

    My favorite of the Doctors.
  11. Finh New Member

    Will put Sarah jane and the Sgt on the list......
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  12. Finh New Member


    A couple of test prints of differing sizes.....minimum clean up which is always good....
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  13. Warren SMITH A Fixture

    Excellent results... Keep us informed when the figure becomes available for purchase.. (y)
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  14. Babelfish A Fixture

    And not forgetting Roger Delgado's Master. I know he was pre-Tom Baker era, but such an iconic character and brilliantly played by Delgado.

    - Steve
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  15. Peapot Active Member

    And not forgetting Roger Delgado's Master. I know he was pre-Tom Baker era, but such an iconic character and brilliantly played by Delgado.

    That would be an interesting face to paint.:)


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