New, New TardisBuilders!
Started by Jam Jar Lurker, Mar 27, 2020, 07:18 am
Quote from: davidnagel on Jul 24, 2021, 06:06 pmTbh I think John's undestroying Skaro, done before the Time War, made perfect sense. It showed even the Doctor can make mistakes.War of the Daleks was my first novel at 13 so I will defend to the end of time and end of time part two 😅
Quote from: Jam Jar Lurker on Jul 24, 2021, 04:33 pmAdvice and Assistance Obtainable?There's some rust on one of the hinges of my phone panel. Can anyone advise on how to remove it and to prevent its return?Thanks,Francïs Snr
Quote from: Rassilons Rod on Jul 25, 2021, 09:25 amQuote from: Jam Jar Lurker on Jul 24, 2021, 04:33 pmAdvice and Assistance Obtainable?There's some rust on one of the hinges of my phone panel. Can anyone advise on how to remove it and to prevent its return?Thanks,Francïs SnrI think you'd have to take it off to do it. But there are a few ways.1. You can buy rust remover. It's a liquid and I think it's pretty strong stuff.2. You could just sand it off and polish it up with really fine sand paper and use some polishing compound to finish it off. To protect it, you may need to put on some clear coat. Hope that helps 😊😊
Quote from: Jam Jar Lurker on May 05, 2020, 02:14 pmMy TARDIS came with some extras. There's the phone panel that I already mentioned. As for the phone and the cupboard... For the moment I've decided not to include them. I have a three year old girl and a two year old boy who love the TARDIS. Should they accidently lock themselves in, we can quickly reach in through the phone panel and unlock the door (and see and reassure them). Plus, without the cupboard the panel lights up nicely. But not including them hurts...
Quote from: soniced-up on Sep 27, 2023, 07:38 pmHi JJL. Regarding the phone hatch, have you considered making it open from the inside? That way you could attach the cupboard and phone, but in an emergency, reach through and open the door from the inside, as it were.Lee.