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 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:

The Elven Builders

2020 has been a year of basically being stuck at home. Individuals have found new, or old ways, to entertain themselves from cooking to gardening to home repair. However, their are a few of us that have spend countless hours creating 3D masterpieces in Tinkercad.

I have personally have created eight buildings, one wagon, a horse, a piano and many more items to go in my Railroad Town. Many others have created amazing design. Michael, Josiah, Nightfuzzbal, and Dhruw are working as a team to recreate the Middle-Earth Lord of the Rings designs. Their designs are amazing. Visit their website Edhellen Sintano – The Elven Builders for links to their 3D designs. Below are just a few pictures of their designs:

Rivendell, a castle from the Hobbit – By Josiah Miller
Minas Tirith castle in Gondor – By Josiah Miller
Warship – By Josiah Miller
helms deep – the hornburg of Rohan – By Josiah Miller
Anduril – Flame of the West – By Michael Ironstone
Ereborian Windlance – By Michael Ironstone
Helm’s Deep – The Hornburg – By Michael Ironstone
Osgiliath 11 – by Michael Ironstone
Rivendell, the house of Elrond – By Nightfuzzball
catapult ballista – By Nightfuzzball
Mc Donald’s French Fries – by Dhruv Sreenivas
Ray gun – by Dhruv Sreenivas

When checking out their work, make sure you check out the details they put into their designs. They have a lot of amazing work. Check out Josiah’s White House or Michael’s Eagle.

To see my work, well you are just going to have to wait for another blog post, or visit Tinkercad.com and search for SarahCath.

Flower Spin

Christmas Cards are done!  Christmas shopping is finished (I think.)  Work area cleaned, so I can get back to my drawings!

Here is a mandala I recreated in Corel Draw.  It was based off of the one I drew by hand, which was Number 80 in the Mandala Challenge.

A black and white PDF version of this mandala is available on my coloring page.

100 Mandala Challenge – The Next Ten

I was reading Kathryn Costa’s book “The Mandala Guidebook. It challenged the readers to create 100 Mandalas in 100 Days. My first ten mandalas for this challenge are posted on the 100 Mandala Challenge page.   I am on day 13 and I am seven ahead.  That will come in handy when I start my long drive to the south.  Below are drawings 011 through 020.

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Mandala 020

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Mandala 019

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Mandala 018

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Mandala 017

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Mandala 016

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Mandala 015

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Mandala 014

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Mandala 013

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Mandala 012

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September 9, 2018