3D PRINTING DOCTOR WHO

Links and Resources

I am in no way affliliated with these entities, but please enjoy the fully licensed Doctor Who models and action figures available from:

 Character Options Funko Pop

Eaglemoss
    Big Chief  Harrop Miniatures

I am also an avid fan of the ongoing Doctor Who and Blake's 7 full-cast audio adventures available from: And the continuous love and support shown to the series over the decaded by: Doctor Who Magazine
All my figures are designed using the free 3D modeling program TinkerCAD and sculpting tool MeshMixer. I also use MeshLab on occasion to repair/remesh objects before modifying them in MeshMixer.

Of course, software is only part of the equation. I pride myself on trying to make my figures as screen accurate as possible, and I wouldn't be able to do that without the continued support and valuable resources provided by:

The DOCTOR WHO PHOTO RESEARCH group
The CELESTIAL CRAFTMAKERS group
The DOCTOR WHO MISSING EPISODES DISCUSSION group
The DALEK 63•88 website and brilliant YouTube series
The DOCTORWHOTOYS.NET website and forum
The GALLIFREY BASE forum
The TARDIS BUILDERS forum
The PROJECTDALEK.COM forum
The TARDIS DATA CORE wiki
The BBC's CLASSIC DOCTOR WHO PHOTO NOVELS telesnaps (which currently only exists in an archive state)

and of course, the many talented members of my own
3D PRINTING DOCTOR WHO facebook group

I also frequently visit the following sites to find free 3D STL and OBJ meshes that can be cut down/modified to provide new textures and shapes that I can use for my own designs. You can find all sorts of fun stuff here, including plenty of other 3D printable Doctor Who models, props, and trinkets not designed by me:
TinkerCAD   Thingiverse  TurboSquid
Finally, special thanks to Hastran over at Turbosquid, who created the original Servo Robot, Wirrn, and Classic TARDIS Console meshes, Peacock Pete, who created the original 20th Anniversary Console mesh, Jeffrey Fink and Smappy, who both created 8th Doctor console meshs that helped form the basis for my own, Chris Young and James Lee, who have created more figures and playsets than I can keep up with, and everyone else who has ever contributed models and encouragement to this project.
Doctor Who and all related IP rights belong to the BBC. This is a not-for-profit fan site for personal entertainment purposes only.
No copyright infringement intended.