Dr. Who Sonic Screw Driver?

Discussion in 'Dream Kits & Wish Lists' started by ajroemisch, Sep 16, 2010.

  1. ajroemisch

    ajroemisch That Guy

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    This is a major shot in the dark but does anyone have a model for a Sonic Screw Driver? Prefferebly David Tennants pictured below?
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    Even any tips on modeling my own would be great.


    PS. Detail is nice. not just a cylinder with a dome on one end.
  2. cgutzmer

    cgutzmer Active Member

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    Drat - and I was gonna suggest a paper towel roll and a painted ping pong ball :)

    Just kidding! I think this wold be an awesome model - there are so many great dr who things that could still be modeled (or modeled in newer methods) :)
    Chris
  3. battman2036

    battman2036 New Member

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    I'm gonna give it a shot in Metaseq. been looking for something to design and this should be easy enough with a bit of challenge. When done, I'll put it in a pep format. Keep in mind I'm new at this so cross your fingers.
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    battman2036 New Member

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    will this work? Haven't begun splitting it up in Pep yet. Let me know your thoughts. The mats on it aren't exact. Best I could do on them.

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  5. ajroemisch

    ajroemisch That Guy

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    These look quite promising to me. Once you get a skin on them they should be quite good. i would agree that it probably wont be the easiest build.
  6. tjbmurph

    tjbmurph Member

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    I've been looking for one as well. I've found an 11th doctor one, but I think it was intended for children as it's basically a square tube. A model of the TARDIS console would be fun to do also.
  7. Dave Ward

    Dave Ward New Member

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    A lot of folks will use a "crackle" paint on their Tennant/Eccleston sonics to get that effect.