My TARDIS will be one year old in August / September. I've got some maintenance to do (the inside needs recoating in bathroom paint as it's going a bit mouldy in there.. It's only surface mould so easy to wipe away - the inside is already painted white but I only used regular emulsion).
Of course, I need to repaint the exterior anyway just as part of the maintenance routine, but with the new series around the corner, I don't know if I should wait and see what changes happen to the box / colour design.
I've also got some repairs to effect, the doors have expanded and contracted and need refixing / glueing. Also, there was some trim I never got around to finishing because I had a deadline when I originally made the box.... so, here are my options:
Do I try and do the current NST colour?
Do I just recoat what I used before?
Do I wait until the alleged changes happen before I make my decision?
Here's my box as is:
"My pilot's license? That's out back in the Cessna. Or perhaps you're referring to my license to kill. Revoked. Trouble at the Kazakhstan border. I could give you the details but then I'd have to kill you, which I can't do because my license to kill has been revoked."
Iif it's getting moldy on the inside, you should probably clean and repaint that right away with the white you've got for the inside, whether it comes up on the new prop or not. Better not count on "coral." How long do we have to wait before we see the next prop anyway?
Repaint now with the same colour you used or something close on the bases that the original TARDIS was regularly repainted in whatever blue they had to hand & you could often see the different layers which is what gave the "Old Blue Box" some character IMHO kind regards THE APPRENTICE