Introduction: Te Prometo Ecuador. E-model

I made the project, Te prometo ecuador in class. I loved making it and had a lot of fun. It was a great way to get creative and also learn about my country. For my project I used Tinkercad. Tinkercad is really easy to use when you get used to it. It took me a while to understand how to use all the shapes, colors and tools there are but overall i really enjoyed using it and after a few tries I understood.

Step 1: Step 1 and 2

I first thought about what I wanted to recreate. After a while I chose “La mitad del mundo” and I started to look up pictures on google so it was easier for me to make my model.

Step 2: Steps 3 and 4:

For step 3 I made my sketch on paper and after a few tries i liked it and decided to use it so i chose colors. For step 4 I started learning how to use Tinkercad by watching videos on google and pressing buttons to see what they did.

Step 3: Step 5

For step 5 I started to make my model. I started by making the grass, which is a green square, with the box tool, that is big but thin. Then I made the gray floor that that is shaped like a cross. For this i used the same technique as I used in my grass and i just made a rectangle instead of a square.

Step 4: Step 6

I started making the tower that is in the middle. For this I made a square and put the hight on high and them]n i placed it in the middle. After, I made the squares and sphere that are in the middle by making a thin square and putting it on the top and then I did the same with the sphere. For colors I chose a brown/gold for the tower and square and a dark gray for the sphere.

Step 5: Step 7

After that, I was almost finished. I just put the circle that you can see on the ground. For this I used the ring. I made my size and put the setting on so that it is the same height as the grass and other ground. After, I got feedback from my classmates and teachers and made a few changes

Step 6: Step 8

My last step was to ad the words “mitad del mundo”. For this i just picked the text tool in the font “multilanguage” and i wrote and picked a color. After, I was finished and I turned my project in.

Tinkercad Student Design Contest

Participated in the
Tinkercad Student Design Contest