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Doctor Who and the Sontarans . . I stood on the high platform; beside me was the experimental TARDIS machine that the Sontarans were developing. As I worked to disable it, heavy footsteps interrupted my concentration. I turned as laser fire rang out, just in time to see my assistant collapse upon the metal floor. The Sontarans had arrived, and my resolve to defeat them solidified into a fist of iron. Excerpt from the Doctor's log. So, as you may have guessed, I built a MOC based around the popular British television show, Doctor Who. This MOC features the fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) as the the large scarf printed on Pippin's torso reminded me of the the massive scarf that was the fourth Doctor's hallmark. I also came up with a Sontaran design which I wanted to use, and while it's not perfect I think that it works pretty well. The Doctor attempts to disable the Sontarans' time machine before they can use it for evil. I really like the cheese mosaic technique (invented by Katie Walker) and used it as a logo type marking on the wall. Some cooling and control machinery. A fuel container. It started out as a round tower technique, but I didn't have enough pieces to make a decent tower, so it morphed into a fuel tower. How I built the tower. You're just not a real MOCer until you develop your own round tower technique. A spiral staircase leads to the catwalk and platform where the time machine is housed. The stairs are inspired by one of Chris Stone's Doctor Who MOCs. A bird's eye view of the whole thing. Thanks for stopping by!


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