Cast in a specially formulated metallic resin and painted by hand, every figurine in the collection is sculpted with incredible care and attention to detail. Every character is shown in a classic moment from a specific episode.
The process begins by collecting detailed reference material from the Doctor Who archives, which is then sent to the sculptor who produces a 3D digital sculpt. This incredibly detailed file allows the sculptor to include even the slightest detail down to the wrinkles in Davros's face or the buttons on
the Doctor's shirt. This digital sculpt is refined in consultation with the BBC's Doctor Who team before it is finally approved. The factory scales the digital files to exactly 1:21 scale and uses them to make precision tools. The figurines are cast in a special metallic resin and painted by hand, using original production color references, and then given final approval by the BBC.
Digital modelling allows the sculptors to include an incredible level of detail, which ensures the finished figurines are as accurate as possible