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Model Hudolin TV Movie TARDIS (1996)

Started by the_doctor, May 20, 2011, 02:04 pm

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May 20, 2011, 02:04 pm Last Edit: Aug 31, 2012, 09:06 pm by Scarfwearer
I forgot I had these! In January 2005 the model Hudolin box (used in the titles / vortex shots) was sold on eBay. As I recall the seller was some sort of go between company as opposed to a single seller.
I can't remember the sum it was selling for, I don't know why but $800 is sticking in my mind as a starting bid.

Anyway I saved the pics from the eBay page and found them in an old PC backup. I'm guessing if auctioned now it would get a lot more interest! I wonder where it ended up...








Great reference material, I'd love to see a replica made of that prop.


Yea great photos thanks for shaing. I can't believe how thick those posts what is that four steps on them till they meet the walls? Looks nice I really like that deep set walls. This prop is growing on me everytime I see it.


That is such a great model. Looks almost true to the full size prop. With some things that probably to artistic license to it.
TrixieTiger1995, the infrequent builder and frequent forumer.


I've found another image of this prop, or maybe it's the other one? apparently, there were more than one built.

No, not the mind probe!



They're the same model, you can see the same dark mark on the panel to the right of the door handle.


I hope more pictures of the model show up one day. I wonder who owns it now. Lucky person won it on eBay...


Jun 19, 2019, 01:12 pm #7 Last Edit: Jun 19, 2019, 01:13 pm by KIT-KAT
Here is Phillip Segal with the model. judging by all the paint on the worktop and behind it could have just been finished here

No, not the mind probe!


That's pretty much all the known pics isn't it? I'm sure I have a copy of the TVM workprint somewhere which has the model, green-screened on a pole...


wow I've never seen that before! Get that on this thread!  :)
No, not the mind probe!


Quote from: the_doctor on Jun 21, 2019, 09:56 amThat's pretty much all the known pics isn't it? I'm sure I have a copy of the TVM workprint somewhere which has the model, green-screened on a pole...

I'm intressted


It looks like Phil Segal posted a high-quality image on his Sprueverse Instagram. Quite excited to see all of the little details left in the texturing

I unfortunately had to shrink the image a little bit, but you can find the high-quality on his Instagram.
"Physician, heal thyself..."
-Paul McGann, Night of The Doctor.

Angelus Lupus

Dec 18, 2020, 07:56 pm #12 Last Edit: Dec 18, 2020, 08:05 pm by Angelus Lupus
Quote from: ChameleonCircuit on Dec 18, 2020, 03:55 pmyou can find the high-quality on his Instagram.

Well, you can if you have an instagram account... which I don't.

OK, suddenly it let me see it. Internet weirdness, or just me being dense? Who knows! :)
A mixed-up non-conformist, trying to fit in.


Looking at the rest of his Instagram, he's an avid model maker and 3d printerer. Which is nice to know :)
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