tardis-rooms

I NEED A MINUTE OF YOUR TIME.

Guys can you please help me get 10,000 notes to help persuade my mom to let me paint my little brother’s door to the door of the Tardis. Please. I want my little brother (he’s 6) to share one of my joys in life.

P/s : I can update you guys if you want me to :)

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why are you doing this?
it’s an echo. the console room, it’s the safest place on the ship. it can replicate itself any number of times—it’s trying to protect us.

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In honor of Doctor Who returning this saturday I present to you this little photoshop project i’ve been working on. The premise is what if the TARDIS mixes up control rooms on the classic Doctor’s. The TARDIS has hinted in the past that the old Control Rooms are never really delete,  just archived. She has also said due to the fact it’s a time machine she has also archived Control Rooms that haven’t been created yet.  

I’ve always thought that there is a calm place for the Doctor in the TARDIS. He probably couldn’t find it if he tried, but whenever he’s aimlessly wandering the halls fatigued and melancholy, he tends to stumble into it.  It is her way of helping, in between companions.

The room appears to be a garden with a personal universe. The planets hang in the air, and if you watch closely, you can see them orbiting. It’s quiet, and lit only by the local sun and the glow of some of the flora.

Though he tried to hide away after the loss of the Ponds, he always seemed to find himself in this room again. It’s never quite the same, but he wouldn’t have it any other way.

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I’ve been up all night patching together these sound files, so I may as well pass them along. Each of these is approximately one hour long and they’re all perfect for ambient noise purposes, relaxation, meditation or playing at a party to impress (or possibly disconcert) your guests.

Enjoy!

Stories of Gallifrey by alizarin

The doctor said that the TARDIS was infinite, and I was just remembering recently I saw this thing about pi being infinite, and how everything that ever existed and ever will exist can be translated into numbers and be found in pi.

So I think in the TARDIS there would be this room of pi. Where the digits are spilling out of the walls and floating around, telling of the adventures of the doctor and his companions, going on and on for eternity.