Lord Tempus Lightsaber – Inspired by a Doctor

Hello Everybody, today I have a design inspired by a special traveller! He has visited the ends of the known Galaxies, explored non-space, alternate realities and even witnessed the beginning and end of time. He has two hearts and has one name, yes, I am talking about The Doctor! This alien hails from Gallifrey and is a Time Lord. His mode of transport is a special time machine which can camouflage itself to blend in with it’s surroundings (so the Doctor can explore without causing a disturbance!). However the spaceship he “borrowed” has a slight fault, the Chameleon Circuit which camouflages the vehicle is damaged and the ship appears as an old English Police Box! The spaceship is also more commonly known as The TARDIS, which inspired this saber…Lord Tempus…

I tried to create a look similar to the TARDIS (which is a Type 40 by the way) and began by choosing the blue colour for the grip section. This colour is pretty close to the blue used to paint the exterior (did you know the TARDIS is BIGGER on the inside than it is outside?  🙂 ) The emitter is meant to replicate the flashing lantern on the roof. The switch section and pommel represent the windows and wood panelling respectively. The colour scheme is also similar to the current logos used on the show. Do you think the Doctor might use this saber along with his Sonic Screwdriver?.. I reckon they would make a nice pair of gadgets.

Time…sadly I am running out of it and will have to bring this post to an end. Before I go I would like to thank you for visiting my site and hope you will return in the future for more new saber designs.

Dr Who was created by Sydney Newman, C.E. Webber and Donald Wilson. Dr Who, TARDIS, Sonic Screwdriver and all related names and material are Trademark/©Copyright of BBC Television.

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