Hello Whovians and fellow hobbyists.
Welcome to the 3D Printing Doctor Who Project.
Since 2017, my fellow designers and I have been attempting to plug the gaps in the official toy line with *FREE* articulated models that you can download and print at home on your 3D printer (or via a 3D printing service), then paint, assemble, and proudly display on your shelf alongside the rest of your Doctor Who collectibles!
This project is a labor of love, but does come with a few caveats...
Templates will only remain available as long as licensed versions of figures do not exist.
This project exists to supplement the official toy range, not supplant it. If Character Options announces their next wave of figures includes a Quark, Alpha Centauri, or anything else that the project has worked on, that design will immediately be pulled from the line-up. While it seems increasingly unlikely that we will ever see official figures for most of the monsters and aliens featured on this site, Character Options does occasionally surprise us. Anything they choose to release in an official capacity will undoubtedly be of higher quality than what you can produce at home, so the last thing we want to do is jeopardize their profitability or be accused of releasing "cheap knock-offs."
If a figure gets taken down for any reason, it should go without saying that we do not want anybody passing around copies of any files they might have downloaded before it was deleted.
2) This site will stop sharing files entirely if we catch anyone attempting to profit by selling figures based off these unlicensed designs on eBay, Etsy, or any other marketplace. (And we *are* watching. Do not take this warning lightly.) This is strictly a not-for-profit fan art project and in no way endorsed or licensed by the BBC or Bad Wolf Productions. As long as we all agree to play nice, expect to see new creations released every few weeks.
3) All models featured on this site are 100% *FREE* to download, but please do not post them to any other sites or platforms without permission. Linking back to this website is fine, but I don't want to see the files posted anywhere that doesn't include our standard disclaimer about not manufacturing them for commercial use.
In addition to my own figures, we also have a guest designs section for models and props that have been contributed by other artists. While the same rules above apply to their work by default, I leave it up to the individual artists to decide how they feel about their designs being printed for profit.
Note that I *WILL NOT* sell or print figures for you, no matter how nicely you ask.
There are plenty of online print-to-order services you can use if you don't happen to own a printer. Please see the F.A.Q. section for the project's rules about accepting reimbursal if you intend to print items for someone else.
If you have technical questions about printing any of these figures that are not covered within the Designs, Tool Tips, or F.A.Q. sections of this website, feel free to contact me via Facebook, Twitter, Mastodon, or Instagram, and I will do my best to answer you, time permitting.
-- Troy Ryan Wood