## Introduction: How to Create a House or Build a Scene

Check out these great examples students work. This tutorial should give you the skills and confidence to build houses like the examples above!

## Step 1: Guide to Building a House in TinkerCAD

Draw a cube 100mm x 100mm

## Step 2: Making the Shape Hollow.

Create a hole to go inside your house 90mm x 90mm x 90mm.

This will make the cube hollow and have a wall thickness of 5mm.

## Step 3: Align the Hole Into the First Cube Centrally.

Align the hole into the first cube centrally.

## Step 6: Group the Hole for the Doorway and the Original Shapes.

You will now be able to see that the cube is hollow, so make sure you rotate the shape and take a look inside.

## Step 7: Select All and Group to See the Hollow Shape.

You will now be able to see that the cube is hollow, so make sure you rotate the shape and take a look inside.

The block needs to be 36mm off the floor against the front of the house.

## Step 9: Adding a Bay Window

Change the size of the window to 28mm x 15mm x 45mm

## Step 10: Adding a Bay Window

Hit your arrow keys and check the window connects to the building. Insert a wedge shape and rotate it.

## Step 11: Creating the Bay Window Shape.

Insert and rotate a wedge 15mm x 5mm x 45mm.

## Step 12: Make the Wedge a Hole and Then Copy, Paste and Rotate by 180 Degrees

Make the wedge a hole and then copy, paste and rotate by 180 degrees

## Step 13:

Group the window block and the cube.

Align the wedges by moving them against the wall of the house using your arrow keys on the keyboard.

## Step 14: Creating the Roof

Add a roof shape size 110mm x 110mm x 20mm

## Step 15: Aligning the Roof

Align the roof centrally on both sides. Then click your arrow key 5 times to move it back 5mm

## Step 16: Completed Main Body of the House.

Rotate and check that all parts are grouped and aligned correctly.

## Step 17: Creating the Bay Window Roof

Add a roof and resize it – 14mm x 35mm x 5mm

Move the window 45mm off the ground.

## Step 18: Creating the Bay Window

Move the window 45mm off the ground

## Step 19: Duplicating Bay Windows

Copy the windows and align them moving the arrow keys on your keyboard.

## Step 20: Duplicating Bay Windows

Do this until you have four windows. You should drag the upper windows upwards using the black triangular arrow.

## Step 21: Creating the Front Door

Add in a cube for the front door and resize 25mm x 45mm x 6mm

## Step 22: Creating a Window Panel

Create a frosted panel to go into the front door.

Make a block 6mm x 10mm x 10mm

## Step 24: Creating a Window Panel

Copy the block to create a square of four blocks for a window panel.

## Step 25: Adding a Door Knob

Add a cylinder 2mm x 2mm x 2mm