Introduction: COVID-19 Dream Escape (Student Design Challenge)

With school out, I was bored in quarantine. I decided to make my dream house to escape the pandemic. This took me about 2 weeks to make with all the details gradually being added.

Supplies

-Laptop

-Mouse (Optional but much easier to use TinkerCAD with it)

Step 1: Step 1: Lawn/Outdoors

The first step is making the lawn. The lawn can be found in the items gallery in TinkerCad. The next step is spreading the lawn over the grid. Next, trees can be added for a better look.

Step 2: Step 2: Car

This was a Lamborghini found in the creation gallery. It looks real nice!

Step 3: Step 3: Making the Outline of the House

The house was made by making a hole in the cylinder and adding a dome on top. For detailed instructions on how to make a hole/window in TinkerCad, refer to the tutorial here: https://www.tinkercad.com/learn/designs/learning

Step 4: Step 4: Making the Stairs

Since the house is 2 stories, a set of stairs is needed to travel between the floors. The stairs were made by stacking and grouping them together.

Step 5: Step 5: Living Room/TV

The living room features tables, couches, and a TV. The tables were made by stacking cylinders on top of each other then grouping them. The couch and the TV were found in the gallery.

Step 6: Step 6: Bedroom/Kitchen/Dining Room

This room features a bed, a kitchen, and a dining table. The table was again made by stacking cylinders on top of each other. The chair, refrigerator, and stove were found in the gallery. The bed and pillow were made by arranging rectangles and grouping them.

Step 7: Step 7: Bathroom

The bathroom features a toilet and two sinks. They were found in the gallery.

Step 8: Step 8: Clouds (optional)

What's the sky without clouds? Add clouds to your house by dragging them out of the gallery and adjusting the size, position, and location of them to make them look nice.

That's it for this project! Hope you enjoyed!

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