Climbing, like most things in life, has been a great outlet for me, and I’ve been able to do a lot with it.
And now I can finally bring this to life with the creation of my newest project, Climbing Tree.
The tree I’m building is a climbing toy that I designed specifically for kids, which is why I wanted to make it for my climbing friends.
And with the help of my friends, my company, and my parents, I hope to create a collection of climbing toys for kids of all ages.
I’ll be able to share more about this project soon, but for now, here are a few of my favorite climbing tree sculptures I’ve designed.
The first one I made was a 3-D printable version of my climbing tree.
I took a 3D printer, printed a bunch of 3D objects, and then put them on top of each other.
I also created a bunch more tree-based sculptures to play with.
This one is a bit more of a toy, but it has a lot of potential.
I have a lot more climbing trees in my basement, so I decided to try to use some of them as climbing toys, too.
Here’s another climbing tree printable that I’ve created to play around with.
It’s a tree with the top part of the tree attached to a tree branch, and the bottom part of that tree attached by a rope.
When I first saw these sculptures, I was excited to play in them.
I wanted them to have a little more structure and be more playful than they really are.
One thing that really stood out about these climbing tree designs is that I found myself loving them.
When I started to play them, I would just keep moving up, climbing over the branches and climbing over more and more of the branches.
My parents were also really into these climbing toys.
I was always fascinated by the way they looked, but I also enjoyed the fun they gave me.
After some time with these toys, my parents were finally able to let me use them as something else.
And I guess I really wanted to keep them for myself.
So here they are in the collection.