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Call Me Sexy by PaulHanley Call Me Sexy by PaulHanley
By popular demand- a chart of the TARDIS' most memorable exteriors from over the years... ;)

UPDATE: Thanks to everyone who alerted me to this- the pic made its way to Neil Gaiman himself! [link] And then when I sent him a "thank you", he threw my DA page a plug: [link] Classiest. Celebrity. Ever.
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MrWonderWorks Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Heart Idris!
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Guile93 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2014   Digital Artist
Nice work :)
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Mickeymouseisgay Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2014
It' all seven of them
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DJodyA Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014  Hobbyist Artist

I went to Wikipedia's description of the episode - they state the Tardis changes shape into an Iron gate, and an ornamental stove(it looked like a 19th century organ to me I guess). No mention of the painted dressor/cabinet in the Wikipedia entry. Although I remember it as having the Master in the episode, that was not the case, so I must be rembering "Mark Of The Rani" as  well. It must have been a different episode that the Master was calling him out on something. So you were right - it was "Attack of the Cybermen". Although it's been many years since I watched this episode too, It still stuck in my mind because it was  major toying with the appearance, and the only time I can remember anything close to this was when the 2nd Doctor and his companions were hanging on to the console, while the Tardis walls fly away. This is where I got the new information: www.thedoctorwhosite.co.uk/tar…   

It still looks like an organ to me.

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PaulHanley Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2014  Professional
It did turn into an organ at one point (the Doctor even plays a few notes of "Tocatta and Fugue" on it): youtu.be/oVP1OxZ9nPk  
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DJodyA Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
In "Mark Of The Rani", the Doctor gets the Chameleon Circuit fixed - sort of. During the episode, we see the Tardis reconfigure it's appearance as a painted cabinet, a 19th century organ, and a fancy iron gate (none of which match it's surroundings as it's supposed to do). After that, it returns to it's original familiar appearance.
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PaulHanley Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014  Professional
(Pedantic geek moment) It's actually "Attack of the Cybermen" that you're thinking of. ;)
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DJodyA Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Really! I went to the trouble to to look it up, and it said it was "Mark of the Rani". I couldn't remember the name episode, but I did remember that the 6th doctor reluctantly joins forces with The Master. I remember the scene when everyone was exiting the painted dressor, the Master criticizes the Doctor for not having his Chameleon circuit stabilized. I guess I'll have to look at the episode guides again.
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PaulHanley Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014  Professional
Been a couple years since I've seen "Mark", but that was probably the Rani's TARDIS they were traveling in.  Six also hitched a lift in the Master's TARDIS in the last episode of "Trial of a Timelord".
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DJodyA Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Don't forget the episode during the Colin Baker era where he tries to fix the faulty Chameleon circuit, and it materializes as a few other objects before it returns to the familiar appearance.
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