Shop Forum More Submit  Join Login
Steampunk TARDIS Console Layout by holmesian1891 Steampunk TARDIS Console Layout by holmesian1891
A custom TARDIS console layout that I drew a while back that was inspired by the Eleventh Doctor's first console room and, of course, steampunk.


Here are the components listed by section:

FLIGHT CONTROL
Scanner Monitor
Space/Time Throttle
Handbrake
Helmic Regulator
Status Indicator
Gauges

TIME COORDINATION
Space-time Coordinator (typewriter)
Temporal Steering
Yearometer
Fob Watch
Temporal Direction Indicator (clock)
Relay Switches
Indicators

DIMENSIONAL STABILIZATION
Fluid Link
Wibbly Lever
Blue Stabilizers
Dimension Regulators
Levers
Lockdown Mechanism
Friction Contrafibulator

COMMUNICATIONS
Zoetrope Viewscreen
Alert Indicators
Telephones
Telepathic Circuits
Voice Interface
Indicators

POWER CONTROL
Dynamorphic Power Generation Control
Artron Energy Influx/Conversion Control
Status Indicator
Emergency Status Indicator
Gauges

NAVIGATION
Atom Accelerator
Quantum Foam Fabricator
Dematerialization/Materialization Circuit
Phase Controller
Vector Tracker (astrolabe)
Spatial Realignment (bell)
Hostile Action Displacement System (H.A.D.S.)
Gauge
Indicators


And another thing, the Time Rotor in the center contains a Tesla coil that is active during a flight sequence.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

T.A.R.D.I.S.
Time And Relative Dimension In Space
Type 40, Mark II
Gallifrey Blackhole Shipyards
Any theft or misuse will result in extreme penalties and possible exile,
By Order of the Shadow Proclamation

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Add a Comment:
 
:iconbladeinthedark:
bladeinthedark Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2016
Interesting take on the console, glad I'm not the only one to think that having tesla coils  as the inner workings of the time rotor would be a cool into see.

in my mind it's like in order for one to travel in time and space inside a TARDIS, they have to harness the very elliments them selves and Chanel it through the time rotor and in to the TARDIS's engines and various other components deep within.

Plus it would be freaking amazing having bolts of plasma being tossed around inside the rotor every time the dematerialisation lever is thrown.
Reply
:iconholmesian1891:
holmesian1891 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
My thoughts exactly!
Reply
:iconvioletdragon626:
violetdragon626 Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2015
You posted it!! It looks great! Reminds me that I need to get some more of my drawings posted!
Reply
:iconholmesian1891:
holmesian1891 Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks a lot Julia!  I can't wait to see your drawings!

...

So...based on the (not exhaustive) list of components...do you think you could fly the TARDIS?
Reply
:iconvioletdragon626:
violetdragon626 Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2015
After a lot of training, yes!
Reply
:iconholmesian1891:
holmesian1891 Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Training?  Who needs training?
Reply
:iconvioletdragon626:
violetdragon626 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2015
True, best way to learn is by experience!
Reply
Add a Comment:
 
×

:iconholmesian1891: More from holmesian1891




Details

Submitted on
January 28, 2015
Image Size
3.3 MB
Resolution
2400×3149
Link
Thumb

Stats

Views
775
Favourites
6 (who?)
Comments
7

Camera Data

Make
Photosmart
Model
6520 series
Date Taken
Jan 28, 2015, 7:17:18 PM
Software
iPhoto 9.6
×