Doctor Who: Regeneration
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Classic Doctor Who Logo
Research and Inspiration
- The Doctor Appreciation Thread
- The Dalek Appreciation Thread
- The TARDIS Data Core
- Gallifrey Base
- WHO 1 - The Bessie Home Page
Faces, friendly and otherwise
- Tom Baker’s Fourth Doctor, dialed face morphs for M3. Capsces’ “Brom,” in the DAZ store, is also needed.
- Eccleston’s Ninth Doctor for H3 and Rose Tyler for A3 have been taken down from SCG, but are still available with a quick time trip through the Wayback Machine.
- Tenth Doctor (David Tennant) for M4.
- The Tenth Doctor is also included twice in JoeQuick's M3 character morph pack.
- Captain Jack for M4.
- Martha Jones for V4.
- Martha for V4, an older version of the above.
- Amy Pond for Genesis and again for Victoria 4, twice.
- Rose Tyler for V3. Bad Wolf NOT included.
- Romana, from The Key to Time, Mary Tamm and Tom Baker, sixteenth season (1978 - 1979) story arc. For V4 with V4++ morphs.
- Miss Sara Jane Smith for V4++ and BOOM nose system. (That last bit doesn’t quite sound flattering, but it’s a good morph.)
- Leela for V4++ and BOOM nose system. (That last bit doesn’t quite sound flattering, but it’s a good morph.)
- Clara Oswald for Victoria 4: a very good representation of actress Jenna Coleman.
- K-9 as a low-res prop, but easily riggable.
- Another K-9 as a more detailed OBJ.
- k9remap or K9 Remapped] is a remap of the first version, now including three different textures.
- A Time-Lord's Best Friend has gotten an upgrade from Dodger at ThreeDnD.
- Silurian for V4.
- A possible “Silurian” morph for Genesis, unless you need Dr. Curt Connors from Marvel Comics instead.
- Alpha Centauri.
- The Lady Cassandra.
- A possible Yeti candidate for the Great Intelligence's mind control (look for the Hairy Yak Suit). If the previous link did not work try this one, the Hairy Yak Suit.
- Another, better Yeti by the prolific Dodger.
- The Enforcers of Galactic Law have come, thanks to Dodger. It's a Judoon!
- The Judoon's blaster with an upgrade!
- Redfern’s Sontaran morph preset for Freak3 (with F3 and M3 morph injections).
- An Ice Warrior, in static OBJ format with maps. Courtesy of the Celestial Toymaker (linked with permission).
- The Dream Crab from the 2014 Christmas Special, as played by Sondheim-style Facehuggers. More textures at Stelthtat's Gallery, and another pose here.
- Another Dream Crab or, well, face-hugger. Which is essentially a non-hallucinogenic Dream Crab, right? By Dodger.
- Adipose for Poser. Fully rigged.
Time Lord fashion
- A low-res scarf prop with multiple material zones.
- A longer and more flexible scarf, though not explicitly for the Doctor., 3/4 of the way down the page.
- The bite-able boutonniere for the Fifth Doctor: a bit of celery.
- Tenth Doctor’s pinstripes. Now we need some free Converse All-Stars....
- A fez for a foppish Doctor.
- An Eyepatch, or an eyedrive? in case of Silence.
- Time Lord Collars
- A Time Lord collar from Doctor Who. It's sized and positioned by default to's Klingon, but as a prop it can generally be fit to most figures.
- Prydonian style collar by Bill Redfern.
Time And Relative Dimensions In Space
- Gerald Day’s low-res TARDIS.
- Static OBJ good for background shots.
- The original police-box (pre-BBC style) in OBJ format.
- Mick Imrie’s high-quality TARDIS, rigged by Bill Redfern.
- VanishingPoint TARDIS.
- VP's New-and-Improved TARDIS for Daz|Studio only. Classic show. or https://www.renderosity.com/mod/freestuff/tardis-for-daz-studio/82895
- Unavailable Becco’s TARDIS is no longer available.
- Patience's Police Box, Free for (Non-Commercial) use of the Public. Pull to Open.
- A non-chameleoned TARDIS, or one of those low-rent SIDRATs, remote-controlled TARDIS-like contraptions explained here.
- The Eleventh Doctor's TARDIS
- Tardis picture frame
- Console Room Exterior (for Poser)
Consoles and Interiors
- A classic TARDIS console room: Floor and back walls only.
- The library wall of the Console Room (8th Doctor).
- 9th and 10th Doctors’ console room and console.
- The classic TARDIS console.
- Spare rotor columns for the above console.
- The Console Room from Season 13, 1975-76, Tom Baker's tenure.
- The Fourth Doctor’s alternate Console Room including console, entry, etc. May be buggy in DAZ|Studio, works fine in Poser.
- Another Take on Console Room #2, courtesy of Dodger.
- Five Doctors’ console.
- The McGann console, now in red.
- Tardis Interior Paneling for Becco’s Police Box.
- TARDIS Corridors (2010) by Dodger, as seen in the episode The Doctor's Wife (Eleventh Doctor).
- TARDIS Corridors (2013) by Dodger, as seen in the episode Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS.
- TARDIS Corridor: 2010-2013 Connector by Dodger. A simple little connector piece allowing you to hook up 2010 "The Doctor's Wife" style corridors to 2013 "Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS" style corridors smoothly.
- The Rani’s console.
- “The Lodger” timeship console.
- A generic, non-canon console.
- 1970’s Computer Mainframes by Aldemps, the perfect furniture for a classic TARDIS scene (inspired by the Master’s TARDIS in “The Time Monster”, by the artist’s admission).
The Sonic Toolbox
- A recorder for the Second Doctor, with PoserPython MIDI scripts.
- Classic sonic screwdriver.
- A more modern screwdriver.
- Tenth Doctor’s screwdriver.
- The Master’s laser screwdriver.
- Sonic Lipstick for Time Ladies and female companions.
- Psychic paper, almost infinitely useful.
- (Poser 7 fix for the last four items above.)
- The Pandorica.
- The Core of the Key to Time also served as a locator beacon for the scattered pieces. Some assembly required; parts sold separately.
It seems that the Twelfth Doctor has rebuilt his Sonic as a fashion accessory: if you need a pair of Sonic Sunglasses for Doctor Funkenstein, try one of these:
- Nerd Glasses as a static PP2 prop, or
- Glasses with Tape, articulated, with optional tape, or for the Eleventh's foray into 3D anaglyph eyewear, there's
- a 3D model of 3D glasses.
- Davros for the P4 Male; chair included.
- Davros preset for Capsces’ CDI Boris; face only.
- Davros’ life-support chair.
- The SamTherapy edition of Davros' chair.
- Dalek by Dodger. A fair representative of the type, but by no means the only one.
- Simple black Dalek.
- New Paradigm Dalek (DS only).
- MechMaster & SamTherapy’s Second Empire lineup No longer avaiable
- BillyHome’s NS Daleks.
- 2005 Dalek.
- SamTherapy’s Dalek of June ‘13.
- The Official Mechmaster Dalek download page. Davros’ Chair is included. Check out the webcomic, too, while you’re about it.
- Dalek innards, biologic parts, and transmat pad. Rather low-res, or it would make a nice seat for JoeQuick's Brain Squid.
- Daleks in OBJ; various makers and styles.
- OBJ of a rather toonish Dalek.
- '88 Dalek Shuttlecraft.
- Dalek Voidship.
- Dalek 2010 OBJ version
- A Cyberman by Dodger.
- Zikeo’s Cyberdude, surfboard & shades sold separately…
- Cyberman Logos.
- Classic Cyberman helmet and breastpiece in OBJ format (high-res meshes) by the Celestial Toymaker. Site registration required to see meshes.
- Doomsday, hallway set including cybermen.
- The Cybermen’s Gun (for Dodger’s Cyberman).
- The Cyberman's NEW Gun (now with Superfly shaders!)
- Cellar from ‘Torchwood’, part One, with conformers and props in Part Two, to turn V4 into a half-CyberWoman.
- Cyberman helmet from Doctor Who, in particular the version from the early seasons of the new (2005) series. For M4 but includes fit morphs for other figures. For these, you may have to toggle the target figure's head visibility to off or there will be some poke through-- mostly the nose. The Helmet might be useful beyond what its immediate appearance suggests. By EldritchCellar, filename is C_hg2013.
- DeathMetalDesk's 2013-model Cyberman mask.
- The Cardiff Torchwood office
- The Cardiff Waterfront
- The courtroom for the Trial of a Time Lord.
- New Earth Hospital, Sisters of Plentitude not included.
- The SpaceTime Vortex or just a dangerous Black Hole.
- Who Street, thanks to Mr. Sparky for this. or https://freezone.thefantasiesattic.net/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=138_327&products_id=1110
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