‘Doctor Who’ thing of the day: papercraft TARDIS

Download it [warning: PDF], print it out on some nice heavy card stock, then X-Acto and fold away! From Iron-Cow Productions.
There’s a different one — more cartoony — by gfoyle at deviantArt. And yet another over at Cubeecraft. CyberDrone at deviantArt offers many Doctor Who papercraft models, including a Pandorica:

If you want to get more complex with glue and paint and messy stuff, check out this guide to building a TARDIS model from breakfast-cereal boxes at Instructables.

Be sure to ask Mom before you use the good scissors…

(Thanks to reader Lynn for the Iron-Cow link. If you stumble across a cool Doctor Who thing, feel free to email me with a link.)

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the rook
the rook
Mon, Aug 16, 2010 8:34pm

is it me or does the pandorica look a little like the puzzle box from hellraiser?


Karl Morton IV
Karl Morton IV
Mon, Aug 16, 2010 11:33pm

Awesome! I built me a cardboard TARDIS about a hundred years ago. It’s sitting on a shelf behind me at this very moment. :D

Tue, Aug 17, 2010 3:59pm

Made up the Bad Wolf Tardis today.

Ever since Turn Left, I’ve been wanting one of those and for some reason, they haven’t got around to it yet.

But I’m waiting on the last series soundtrack to be released (because the 11th Doctor’s theme is so frickin’ kewl) and I find that they haven’t even released the soundtrack to the specials yet.


It’s hell being someone that loves soundtracks.