After finishing my Sandcrawler scratch build a few years ago (the project log isn't on this site anymore but I think the mod of the month page still has a few photos of it https://bit-tech.net/reviews/modding/mod-of-the-month/mod-of-the-month-may-2010/7/ ), I've taken a long break from major case building. That changed earlier this month when I started construction on a TARDIS model, using plans from Wood Working for Mere Mortals, https://woodworkingformeremortals.com/build-your-own-tardis/ My model, being intended as a computer case, is scaled down to about 1/3 the size of these plans. There are various minor measurement mistakes, mainly from things scaling down from, say, 5.5" to 1.937 inches. Rounding things off to make realistic measurements resulted in having to adjust dimensions of a few parts here and there, but nothing too major. As I type this, the outer shell is mostly done. Still on the to-do list? A whole heck of a lot, as I'm sure many of you can relate, it feels like the to-do list is getting longer rather than shorter. Still, I'm happy with it so far and I can't wait to start adding stuff inside! In this first batch of photos, we see things progress from literally a bunch of cheap furring strips from the hardware store to the beginnings of the side panels. Just a matter of ripping the strips down with the table saw...repeatedly....oh so many times...generating an INSANE amount of sawdust, then hitting the strips with the chop saw.