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Custom TARDIS Tamagotchi!

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Hi Doctor Who fans and Tama nerds!

 

There was already a thread for custom Tamagotchis, but as it is now locked I decided to start a new one. Apologies if this already exists as something current, but I could not find it so here we are.

 

Anywho, I just wanted to show off this picture of the custom paint job I just did to my see through yellow V3. It's far from the most elegant thing in the world as it is all done by hand and finished with several layers of clear nail polish, but I still think it's cute and since it took me the whole day I thought it worth posting in case anyone was interested.

 

This is what it looked like before (image not mine):

 

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And this is it now, warts and all:

 

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That's a little pouch beside it - you know, so the TARDIS doesn't get damaged :* It works perfectly and makes me smile whenever I see it, because it combines my two great loves in one fabulous - if scruffy - little mutant creation.

 

Anyway, thanks for reading, and please feel free to post any of your own customs, if people still do that, haha.

 

Peace.

 

-Nokogiritchi

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Wow! What a great job, custom tamagotchis are so cool :D

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I'm reminded of the art style they used back in the vintage Tamagotchi days. You may think it's scruffy, but I think it fits nicely.

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That's very sweet of you, Gazette. I kind of agree, actually. It looks better in person than in the photo, and besides, I'll love it no matter what! Haha :D

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I love Doctor Who! The custom paint job is absolutely fantastic! :D

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