If you are looking for ideas for your own tiny house, one of the best ways to play with ideas is to start drawing them. Scott Rose one of our readers as well as a contributor to the Tiny House Forum is using the free Google Sketchup to draw 3D images of houses he thinks up himself or he also takes other peoples plans and makes them into a 3D models so he can visualize them himself.
Scott asked me to share with you a few of his designs.
- The first one is Uncle Jon’s Cabin, which is an existing cabin he has seen and photographed. He puts the cabin into perspective for us with his nice renderings.
- The second one is based on circle designs that Scott was intrigued with until he learned about the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company.
- For the third one he decided to play with Jay Shafer’s WeeBee design and has given us a 3D view of it as well.
- The fourth design featured in this post is the Little Cabin based on one of Andy Sheldon’s designs. The cool thing is that it is so much easier to visualize in 3D.
If you would like to see more of Scott’s work go to the Tiny House Forum. You can also contact Scott via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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