Hello this is my first so don't judge me. I am an avid whovian and am always finding ways to combine my favorite things. Via. Minecraft and Doctor Who. In this Instructables I will show you how to make a tardis that is really bigger on the inside. Please enjoy

Step 1: World

First make a new world in creative, it can be super flat or normal. I'm going to make it flat for clarity.
Having trouble with making inside larger. Help?
<p>I am looking for someone who can make a texture pack for my Doctor Who Adventure Map and I thought here would be a good place to ask :)</p>
<p>Give us an idea of exactly what you need.</p>
<p>Be my guest. Ask away, there are some talented people out there.</p>
This is awesome so want to try this. if I ever make a server this is totally how you will get around. but I don't really understand what that circuitry thing you built that says it will make it seem like your traveling. what does it do and does it go at the interior or exterior?
Soo good I'm following u!!
how do u get a command block
<p>Just type &quot;/give {your name here} 137&quot; 137 is the block id. If you are using an experimental snapshot you just type &quot;/give {your name here} command_block</p>
<p>THANK YOU I have been trying (and failing) to make one and this is just amazing. Great job :)</p>
Thx man.
love it. me and my brothers are watching the first series now. i made a tardis on the pocket version of minecraft. check it.
<p>Awesome picture and of course awesome Tardis!!! WHy is everyone so talented </p>
This is great, I love to see some new whovians around, Thank you so much for enjoying this instructable.
I really love this by the way if you couldn't tell. :)
i made the outside of mine just like yours before i even new what instructables was. but the inside was small and crappy :-)
This is awesome my friends got me stuck on these two things and what u made is completely awesome <br/> P.s. what is a command block
look it up on minecraft wiki <br> <br>it runs commands <br>
Yay for Peter Capaldi the 12th doctor or maybe the 13th considering all this John Hurt stuff. :D
Sorry typo it would be "/tp @p ~0 ~10 ~0" for up ten blocks
No problem. Check out some more upcoming Redstone projects on my 'ible page!
Parizivail, that is a smart Idea I didn't know you could do that.
Instead if finding the coordinates, try using the ~ character before the number to teleport them relative to their current position. Example: "/tp @p ~0 ~0 ~10" would teleport the nearest person (@p) ten blocks up (~10) 0 blocks to the y and 0 blocks to the x.
so how do you use this redstone stuff then? what do you put in the command blocks? and which levers need to be on? and is this connected to the TARDIS in some way :s thanks
This might help
just think, when a redstone current runs through a torch it turns the torch off, when you use an xor gate, it puts half of the current into it then when you step on the pressure plate it puts the other half, hence powering the command block. just remember to reverse the current if you understand that. Sorry but I can't explain things very well. <br>
Ohhh myyyy goshhhh. You are amazing
Thank you <br>
1,710!!!! You guys rock if you are looking at this <br> <br>
Thank you for looking at this, I want to get to 1,000 views soon.
Ya, maybe a custom texture pack or something.
very nice.if only you could print police box on the thing then itd be just like it <br>
Must be 1.4 and up. Remember you have to use the command /give (your username here) 137. It is not in your inventory.
what version of minecraft is. i can't find a command block
I would love to see the interiors of some of you 415 viewers. :)
Any other people want to comment? <br> <br>I'm open for suggestions <br>
Thank you for the tip. I'll try that next time glad you like it.
did you use a camera to take a picture of the screen? It's a bit blurry. I can see you're using a mac, so if you hit fn (function key in the bottom left corner) and f2 at the top of your keyboard you can take an in-game snapshot that you can then find by going to go in the finder menu, hitting go to folder, the type in <br> <br>~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/screenshots <br> <br>and then you can look at your pictures you took and post them on instructables. Great Job, by the way. I could never do all that redstone!
I tried my best on this and you like it.

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