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Treehouse 2 by kikkums Treehouse 2 by kikkums
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a treehouse concept-design for architecture class
made in about 40 hours

Balsa wood, poster board, paper

picture 1 found here [link]
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jose073 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2013
 i love the way that you have done that treee, itīs awesome
ErikaKosmatka Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2012  Professional General Artist
Love this!!!!!!! Amazing I wish it were real so I could live in it!
Eptin Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2006  Professional Interface Designer
Very nice model; reminds me of the Channelwood era from the game Myst (if you've ever played that...). BTW, how structurally sound would this be if constructed, since it has three posts for support, but no weight can be placed on the fourth tree trunk, since it's surrounded only by the deck. (Actually, it looks as though three tree trunks are attached only to the deck).
All in all though, it looks like a very serene place.
kikkums Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2006
its not super realistic heh, trees are ridic hard to build upon as they move and grow...
Eptin Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2006  Professional Interface Designer
Good Point
jsmonzani Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2006  Professional Photographer
I love all the tiny details :) Pretty! :hug:
kikkums Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2006
heheh ya it took some time but i had a blast! ty :)
ogiGamedev Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2006
I love tree-houses, especially the ones on the Swiss Family Robinson movies and the Ewok cities in Star Wars :D. I should make a modal tree-house complex sometime...
kikkums Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2006
hahah ewoks are so adorable :) :) :) i want one!
atila Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2006

Wonderful concept and amazing work!!!

I also like a lot the pictures, tehy are clean and very well done.

i love it!

(damn, I want a house in the trees like that!)


kikkums Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2006
:hug: who doesnt wanna crazy house in the trees
R-B Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2005   Digital Artist
What a cool design :)
Forestina-Fotos Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
I have featured this fab work in my journal today - hope that's OK! :)
kikkums Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2005
that is very flattering! thank you :)
Forestina-Fotos Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
Vyrhelle-comm Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2005
Simple, but this reduced model inspires to me already...
Duffzilla Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2005
Excellent. This is really impressive, from the fact that all the floors and handrails etc. are dead straight and perfectly made to the little flourishes like the Gothic arch window frames and the little patterns in the floorboards around the trees. Actually, that was another cool idea to use branches, makes it all the easier to imagine this as a real massive treehouse. I love how you've made each step and how well done the rope staircases are.
Cool design, extremely well realised :clap: :worship:
ladymysti Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2005
Just... wow. Certainly impressive. 40 hours... but did you have fun while you were designing and constructing it?

I love the ropes and the arched windows and doorway, and the way the... platform and circled around the branches at the two ends of the second bridge, as well as the spiral staircase to the... observatory deck and how the steps of the bridge stairways were constructed.
The... only thing I don't like is more with the presentation of the photographs in terms of as a deviation or for view on a screen -- if you posted it as a presentation on a board where we could walk up and see it is something else, but most of our screens don't look like an IMAX screen... usually too small to even look like a small one. I would rather like to see this deviation broken up and rearranged to... perhaps three pictures a deviation and linked to each other or at least referred to like you did for this and the other shot you had of it? Just a suggestion.
It's a beautiful piece of work but a little tedious to scroll both ways to see all of it in the full screen (with risk of accidentally missing something too) :)
kikkums Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2005
ah yes, it was enjoyable to make! i love the continuous problem solving aspect of architecture.

perhaps ill break it up into more separate pictures later, but these were already arranged for slides for my college app portfolio -- and theres a limit to how many slides u can send.

glad u like it :)
toosmall772 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2004
looks great... can I move in, they look so good.
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