This Lighthouse is based in the https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2687021 model (Thanks for Sharing!)
I cut the original model so it can be printed in different colors and used it as a Tinkercad exercise.
The total print time was around 18 hours, in my case by file:
Building Base: 10 hs.
Building Top: 2 hs.
Light: 0.5 hs.
Door: 0.5 hs.
Fence: 1 hs.
Roof: 2.25 hs.
Platform: 1 hs.
Color switch can be added to the Gcode file at the height you wish, in my model I used:
Note that this model color height does not honor original Light House. For reference please see: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2c/Brier_Island_Lighthouse_%281%29.jpg
Some parts have guides to enable a better reference positioning; some to be glued & some to fit by pressure.
Hollow structure allows for a lamp placement and hopefully a rotating mechanism with a mirror.
Next steps are to add windows and the metallic structure outside of the body. WIP so far.
I really enjoyed building this model.
I used suport only for the fence piece.
Before assembly it´s a good idea to mark the parts so they fit perfectly. Although the design is symmetrical there are subtle differences in the width of the walls:
The two building parts are meant to be glued together.
As for the platform it can be removed:
The light can be glued but in my case i rather use two small bolts as I plan to change it for a new one holding a lamp and a rotating mirror. In either case the platform is marked for a correct placement:
The platform also has some guides for the fence placement that should be glued.
Added an observation platform and a door stop.
More comments to come once I add more parts to the model.
Update Jan 15th, 2019: Let There be Light
Finally added the light through an extravagant mechanism made for some spare components I had around. Needed this little touch :)
Don´t expect anyone to build it tough.
Used a motor scrapped from an old hard drive, a 3V 1W Led, a switch, LiPO battery, LiPO charger.