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.)
- 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 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, even more plausible (but less canon) Yeti.Poser DAZ freebie page
- The Enforcers of Galactic Law have come. It's a Judoon!
- 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?
- 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.
- Another style of Gallifreyan neckwear.
- 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 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.
- Becco’s TARDIS.
- 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 Fourth Doctor’s alternate Console Room including console, entry, etc. May be buggy in DAZ|Studio, works fine in Poser.
- Five Doctors’ console.
- The McGann console, now in red.
- Tardis Interior Paneling for Becco’s Police Box.
- 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 Console Room from Season 13, 1975-76, Tom Baker's tenure.
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’ Boris M2; face only.
- Davros’ life-support chair.
- The SamTherapy edition of Davros' chair.
- Simple black Dalek.
- Dodger’s Dalek.
- New Paradigm Dalek (DS only).
- MechMaster & SamTherapy’s Second Empire lineup.
- 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.
- Daleks in OBJ; various makers and styles.
- OBJ of a rather toonish Dalek.
- '88 Dalek Shuttlecraft.
- Dalek Voidship.
- Dalek 2010 OBJ version
- Dodger’s Cyberman.
- Zikeo’s Cyberdude, surfboard & shades sold seperately…
- Cyberman Logos.
- Classic Cyberman helmet and breastpiece in OBJ format (high-res meshes) by the Celestial Toymaker. Site registration required to see meshes.
- DeathMetalDesk's 2013-model Cyberman mask.
- Doomsday, including cybermen.
- The Cybermen’s Gun (for Dodger’s Cyberman).
- Cellar from ‘Torchwood’, part One, with conformers and props in Part Two, to turn V4 into a half-CyberWoman.
- 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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