You can call this a boring entry if you see fit, I won't be upset at the accusation given the time and care towards other entries. But here me out first before making a judgment call.
I've talked about difficulties encountered in the past with set design and having the figures on hand for my Fourth Doctor series. And this is somewhat true with this entry, for 1977's "Robots of Death". Oh I had a pretty good set built that catered to the art deco sensibilities of the story.The problem, and it was somewhat of a larger one than the set, was not having enough of the actual robots on hand to establish a sense of doom and dread like I'd intended, not to mention missing the D84 that helps the Doctor and Leela solve the mystery.
So I had to go back and think how did I want to represent this story without compromising the intent. Its still a gothic horror story, but how could I reproduce that feeling? And the solution funny enough hit me while I was sleeping. The poster to the original version of "The Grudge" always terrified me, and as I thought about it more it was something that I could take some cues from, especially in terms of how to turn a simple image horrifying. So there's a large Japanese influence in the finished piece that I am actually proud of, much more than the scenes involving the art deco space station would have been.
Now, I did put up those test images to see how they would look elsewhere and I may post them here. They're not bad, but you could see why I chose this route than stay 100% true to the source of inspiration.