Introduction: My Brother's Residential Park

About: Karan is a indian tech person. He loves to develop new things and hence he is here for the same.

I had good experience of tinker cad. So, one of my cousin ask me to teach him some basics of tinkercad. He is smart and learning it easily. But when he is idle, he is not able to think of some good creation has he lacks a little bit of creativity. So I have advised him to create projects by observing things around him and making a replica of that in tinkercad.

Recently I heard of tinkercad distance learning speed contest. So, I thought of recommending him to make a project for this. Following my mantra of success him replicated residential park near his house. Do he is new at this but he has done a good job.

Due to lock town I have no access to my PC so I am uploading this project through my smart phone. This is why I can't embed the project here but I am providing a link to it.



Step 1: Slide

For making slides the basic shapes where box and cylinder. He has perfectly made a curvy slope by just using box shape. For making it support he has used 2 cylinder shape. The complete stair is made up of boxes.

He has also made of flat base of pitch colour at the end of the slide using the the box shaped but for this he has decrease the height to a minimum height.

Step 2: Merry Go Round

For this you need a radial and six boxes and two cylinder. First of all, for the base we need to use a cylinder with a larger diameter and smaller height. On which at its centre we have to put our radial and a cylinder with same height as radial and diameter as half of that of radial.

After this we have to put Siri boxes with long length and shorter breadth and height. After that at 90 degree elevation other three similar boxes are to be placed upon the earlier boxes. Their length should be equal to the distance between the pole boxes and radial.

Step 3: See Saw

For this he has used 2 hemispheres and 3 boxes. Towards the support and when is the connector and other two hemispheres as the seat.

Step 4: Roller

For this you just need three cylinders. At first you need to along a cylinder and decrease its diameter to make it look like a pole. Then you might do the same with the other one with the same diameter and length.

For perfect measurement you can also copy the cylinder. For the roller you are need one cylinder with desirable length and diameter, elevated at 90 degree.raise the roller above the ground and place the two poles at both ends of this cylinder.

Step 5: Bench

Though we have a premade bench object. But my cousin went on with making his own bench. For this he simply used box shape. He made 4 poles out of them. 2 of shorter and 2 of longer height. And 4 equal lengthed elongated boxes.

He plays the two longer poles at the back and and placed 3 elongated boxes on it, at certain distance. Then he plays the shorter two poles infront of the longer once and place the last elongated box over it.

Step 6: Swings

This was the most difficult part as explained by him. At first he thought of building it completely with boxes but he soon came up with an alternative.

And I hope you would praise him for that he used the 2 'A' alphabet shapes. On which he placed poles made up of elongated box and then using four elongated boxes he made the strings and he made two seats of rectangular Box with small height.

Step 7: Fence and Grass

For fencing hi use the brick wall object and copyed it throughout the boundary. For the grass he used the box shape and streched it throughout the grid and with small height. He changed the colour to green.

Step 8: Completion of Park

Hope this project would help the beginners to come up with new ideas and help them to find out interesting ways to build things in tinkercad.
This project would have be more creative but as my cousin is a beginner I hope he has worked good. And I hope you might help him to come up with his ideas and projects and so like the project just vote for it.

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