3D Warehouse badges

No question about it, 3D Warehouse users do amazing work. To highlight their accomplishments, we have a set of badges that recognize various contributions to the 3D Warehouse and geo-modeling communities:

SketchUp Modeler badge

This badge is obtained by uploading a SketchUp Model to the 3D Warehouse. The model does not need to be geo-located or accepted to Google Earth.

Building Maker Modeler badge

This badge is obtained by creating a model with Building Maker and saving it to the 3D Warehouse. The model does not need to be accepted to Google Earth.

Super-Modeler badge
This badge is awarded to
not-for-profit modelers who have reached Super-Modeler status. These users have lots of accepted Google Earth models and demonstrate a high level of geo-modeling expertise in their respective products.

Basecamp 2010 badge
This badge is awarded to modelers who attended our SketchUp 3D Basecamp in 2010.

 Super Modeler Conference badge
This badge is awarded to modelers who attended the Supermodeler conference in Boulder, Colorado in 2009.

 MapMod badge
This badge is awarded to modelers who attended the MapMod conference in Zürich, Switzerland in 2010.

 Singapore Summit badge
This badge is awarded to modelers who attended the Google Geo Community Summit in Singapore in 2011.

 April Fool's 2011 badge
This badge is awarded to modelers who participated in the geo-modeling April Fools' Day activity in 2011.

 US Geo Summit badge
This badge is awarded to modelers who attended the U.S. Geo Summit in 2011.

 Building Maker Competition badge
This badge is awarded to participants of the Building Maker Competition.

   Model Your Town Competition Badges
These badges are awarded to the Winner, Finalists, and Participants (respectively) of the Model Your Town Competition. Badges designed by Auquicu.

 EMEA Geo Summit Badge
This badge is awarded to modelers who attended the Google Geo Community Summit in Barcelona in 2011. Badge designed by Trasancos.

 SketchUp Halloween Challenge Badge

This badge is awarded to participants of the SketchUp Halloween Challenge in 2011. Badge designed by alsomar.



Accepted Earth Model badges

This badge is awarded based on the number of models submitted and accepted into the Google Earth 3D buildings layer. The more models you get accepted, the more badges you'll receive. Unfortunately, if one of your models is replaced, that will be reflected in your badging too.

To see your badges, click the My Warehouse at the top right of any 3D Warehouse page. Choose My models to see all your model-related badges.

Don't have any badges yet? Get started today and stay tuned for more!