Introduction: Scenes: Beautiful Snake Cave
I am going to be showing you how I made this beautiful snake cave on Tinkercad so you can do it for yourself!
If you have any questions, feel free to let me know via message!
Basic knowledge on how to use Tinkercad
A device to make it on
A 3D printer if you are planning to turn it into reality
Step 1: Start Spamming!
This is made using what I like to call the spam method. It is used to make rocky textures. You start by finding a 3D shape that looks somewhat like a boulder, and then spam that shape. What you want to do first is to use this method to get a shape like the picture shown and group it. This will be your basic building shape.
Step 2: Make-A-Snake!
The next step is to spam the basic shape you made in the previous step and try to get a basic snake shape. DO NOT MAKE THE HOOD YET. You can also use black spheres for eyes. Also, put upside-down cones for fangs.
Step 3: Put Your Hood Up!
The next step is to make the hood. Take a shape that looks like a boulder and flatten it. Put the flattened boulders on the head in the shape of a snake's hood. Take it from the person who designed this, it will take a lot of trial and error. You will also have to rotate the shapes tho get the hood shape you want.
Step 4: Have You Scene It?
The next step is to make the rest of the scene. Put semi-spheres of various sizes to make the ground. To make the tongue, just make the shape shown with the scribble, flatten it, and add it to the snake's mouth. Then, position the snake on the setting in a spot that looks fitting. When all this is done, put more scenery to make it look more complete. I added a boat and elephant skull, what will you add?
Step 5: Admire Your Work!
Take a step back. Breathe. This probably took you an hour or two. You should take a break from screens and read a book. Enjoy your new desk display!
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Tinkercad Student Design Contest