Queensland independent MP Dr Alex Douglas says he will reveal the full list of people joining his new political party in six to eight weeks.
Dr Douglas says he will release more details about his new party before Queensland Parliament resumes in February.
Dr Douglas, the Member for Gaven on the Gold Coast, says he would still like to be involved in a party-type structure even though he is sitting as an independent.
"I would like to exist in a vehicle whereby policy is set, people have collaborated together and worked out how you would prosecute arguments and that sort of thing," he said.
"I would also like to carry a lot of people - I was on standing policy committee at the LNP for a long time, as people know - and there's a lot of people there who are totally disenfranchised."
"You will see a lot of people going this way," he said.
However, Mr Judge says he has not decided whether he will join a new political party.
Mr Judge says he will decide whether to join the new party before Parliament resumes.
"I need to be sure that it fits with my electorate and I'm able to represent my community well on any platform that I choose to sort-of stand on with Dr Douglas," he said.
"Provided that that can happen, I'd look on it in a positive light.
"If it wasn't possible to represent my electorate from any platform he may be offering, I wouldn't do it."
'Work in progress'
Dr Douglas says he has the funding and organisational ability to make the party a reality and Queensland billionaire Clive Palmer has already provided assistance.
"I've clearly stated in the past that Clive Palmer has been very helpful in helping what has happened to date," he said.
"As you know I've run a series of advertisements - myself and Mr Judge - and we'll be running a lot more, so the intensity of that will be increasing, not diminishing."
Dr Douglas says his party is still a work in progress but its official colour will be yellow.
He says a yellow tie he is wearing is an indication of the number of people who want to be part of the political centre.
"My daughter bought it in Massachussets and said, 'the Democrats literally are all wearing their blue ties and the Republicans are wearing their red ties - dad, you've got to really look and sort of say there's about 40 per cent of the public wanting to wear that colour'," he said.
However, the State Government says its backbenchers will not be rushing to join Dr Douglas' new party.
Queensland Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek says there will be no repeat of last year's defections from the Government.
"The whole group of parliamentarians are united behind Campbell Newman," he said.
Mr Langbroek, the Member for Surfers Paradise, also says most voters prefer the established parties.
"What we're doing is focussing on a very big agenda - the Newman Government has a lot to achieve in 2013 and we're not going to be sidetracked by sideshows," he said.
"It's very obvious here on the Gold Coast that at the last electiotn 82 per cent of voters voted for either the LNP or the Labor Party, so I think it's obvious - local people want to vote for organised political parties."
Meanwhile, Acting Opposition Leader Tim Mulherin says he is not worried about being overtaken by Dr Douglas' new party.
He says the new entity is unlikely to overtake Labor's seven seats or affect its support in electorates.
"I don't think that is a threat to the Labor Party," he said.
"We're a united party and we will work hard to win the trust of voters so we can be an effective government or Opposition come the next election."
However, Mr Mulherin says Labor MPs would consider voting with the new party.
"The state Labor Party determines its own positions and policies within the Parliament," he said.
"But there may be times when Dr Douglas would vote with us and there may be times when we consider voting with Dr Douglas on issues, particularly around accountability of this Government."