Recognizing Christopher Fet

There are so many designers in Tinkercad that never get recognized, so I decided that I would start recognizing them on my blog. Christopher Fet’s designs of trains and train tracks is impressive. But, Christopher Fet provides a great example of giving created to other designers when he uses pieces of their designs in his work. According to his profile, he only been using Tinkercad since July 2020. You can see Christopher Fet’s other designs on Tinkercad.

The GE AC4400CW was a very well selling locomotive. They were built from 1995 to 2004, when a newer model, the ES44AC, was introduced. SP owned over 200 of these locomotives. SP 262 was built in 1995 and has some fame of leading the last train over Tennessee Pass.
Even though my brother made a coupler, his is for a steam engine the fifties. It also has an unrealistic flat edge, so I decided to make my own. 
The Pacific Lumber Company, of Scotia, California, had a logging railroad built to carry logs to the mill. It even built a section of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad, which it interchanged with. They had almost 40 steam engines, and had five diesels. The GE 80 Tonner 102 was one of them.
My railroad track, but with concrete “sleepers” for modern trains.

Recognizing Military Sniper 007

There are so many designers in Tinkercad that never get recognized, so I decided that I would start recognizing them on my blog. Military Sniper 007 obviously like designing military based vehicle. Their profile states: “My name is Lev Kulko, I just like designing and making ww2 things. it is what I do in my spare time really. I’m basically addicted to ww2. I also play War Thunder and Roblox” Military Sniper 007 does an awesome job recreating vehicles. Maybe one day they will design the larger versions. Click here to view all of their designs in Tinkercad.

Military Sniper 007
Military Sniper 007
The Aichi D3A, (Allied reporting name “Val”)[2] was a World War II carrier-borne dive bomber of the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN). It was the primary dive bomber in the Imperial Japanese Navy, and participated in almost all actions, including the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Aichi D3A was the first Japanese aircraft to bomb American targets in World War II, commencing with Pearl Harbor and U.S. bases in the Philippines, such as Clark Air Force Base.
Land Rover
Just a small project made for my friend-War Architect. Sebastian, I hope you will enjoy this project made specially for you. Guys Don’t forget to like War Architect`s projects. 

Railroad Town – Bank

The next building I designed for my Railroad Town is the Bank. With the Railroad Station, Saloon, Livery, and others a lot of commerce would be conducted in the town, the town would need a place for the residence to store their funds. I did not create a inside for the bank, because I wanted to print the design. See the 3d Bank in Tinkercad.

Recognizing pbretzger

There are so many designers in Tinkercad that never get recognized, so I decided that I would start recognizing them on my blog. pbretzger designs are unique and interesting. I love their use of color. Their profile states they have been using Tinkercad since September 2020.

This three-by-one bay arcade has the added interest of an ancient Roman stone bench and a decorative floor pattern.
Michael Graves was a world-renowned architect. He also designed housewares like the tea kettle that inspired this Tinkercad model.
This vase derives its two-color, low-reflectivity concept from the Wedgwood company’s famous “jasperware” line. Tinkercad’s “Twisty Ring” object comprise most of the model’s white detailing.
Monuments such as this dot the Irish landscape, many of them well over a thousand years old, thus signifying the country’s ancient devotion to the Catholic religion.
A Castilian Spanish invention, the “morion” helmet is an iconic design that several European kingdoms adopted before it finally went out of use, generations after its introduction.

Recognizing Ella Zhong

There are so many designers in Tinkercad that never get recognized, so I decided that I would start recognizing them on my blog.  Ella Zhong’s designs are awesome. The designs shows that she is not only creative in creating the designs, but writing the story behind the design. Ella Zhong profile states:

Hi there, and welcome to my profile! I’m a fifth grader, and I like reading books, messing with designs and also science. All my designs are made by me, no copies! (Unless I’m in a contest.)

If you look closely, every design has my hibiscus-based flower badge hidden in it! If you find it, tell me in the comments the approximate location, so others can find it too. For example: “The flower is hidden in a tapestry in your house.”

You can see all of Ella Zhong’s designs on Tinkercad.

A peaceful community garden designed to remind us of the beauty of nature, featuring detailed birdhouses, benches, bird feeders, and a water wheel you can spin! (Somehow this makes me nostalgic for the warmer months.)
A fun, original water bottle, in the shape of a rainbow unicorn’s horn, when printed the right size, it can hold 1 liter of water. The lid works by strong magnets, but don’t worry, they are contained properly. Its shape allows it to fit easily in a small container, with a loop for easy carrying
Another attempt with curved bodies with wave dupe, and something I made just to satisfy my need to make something new. Perfect for storing reactive or strong solutions, this bottle is covered and carved with lock jewels that prevent any chance of theft. The small staring dragon is poised to attack at the first thief it spots, and the stardust gold stopper further increases the strength. There are less than 500 remaining, since these bottles are ancient.

Recognizing N/A12121

There are so many designers in Tinkercad that never get recognized, so I decided that I would start recognizing them on my blog. N/A12121 has done some amazing work on his medieval buildings and Japanese Gardens. N/A12121 profile states “I enjoy making 3-d builds, mainly Japanese and Medieval”. You can really tell in the designs that N/A12121 really enjoys designing. Link: User N/A12121 | Tinkercad

Recognizing Designer – Classic Scale Model Company Ltd.

There are so many designers in Tinkercad that never get recognized, so I decided that I would start recognizing them on my blog. This designer obviously loves buildings as much as I do. They have been using Tinkercad since January 2020. There profile states: “I custom design HO scale homes, scenery items and much more for model railroads or dioramas. My designs are based on 20th century Americana style homes to capture true-to life realism in modeling.” Link: User Anderson Bihler Scale Model Company Ltd. | Tinkercad

Below are some of their designs: