SketchUp Skill Builder: Modeling a Spring

SketchUp Skill Builder: Modeling a Spring

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Modeling a spring in SketchUp is actually pretty easy if you use the Follow Me tool. This video will dive a little deeper and help to make your modeling process as quick and easy as possible.

SketchUp Skill Builder: Modeling a Screw, Part 1

Behold! The humble threaded rod! So simple yet intricate in it's design. Modeling such geometry has long been thought to be a nearly impossible task for the ave

SketchUp Training Series: Copies and Arrays

You can easily copy objects in SketchUp. Once you've made one copy, you can choose to make that an array for many copies.

SketchUp Skill Builder: 3D Mouse

Learn how to become a 'Smooth Navigator' by using a 3D mouse! Pay attention to to Aaron and you'll be circumnavigating your model with minimum waste and maximum

How to create organic shapes with native tools in SketchUp - Skill Builder

We hear time and time again that organic modeling is not possible in SketchUp unless you use extensions. The extensions are awesome - and can be super helpful,

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Need to know how to build stairs in your 3D SketchUp models? This video teaches how to build stairs in the 3D software Sketchup. You’ll learn the basic skills

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Layers in SketchUp are unique and function differently than in other software. We'll show you how to use layers in combination with groups to organize your mode

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SketchUp Training Series: Intersect with Model

Combine or delete geometry and objects using the intersect with model function. There are different ways to use the tool based on the geometry you have selected

Kitbashing using SketchUp 3D Warehouse Models

Taking some inspiration from Chris Rosewarne's 3DBC 2018 presentation, Aaron explores the world of kitbashing. Follow along as he showcases some tips and tricks

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Check out this quick and easy workflow to draw a chess pawn in SketchUp Free! Follow along as Aaron shows you some of the basics of using SketchUp Free to model

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There are plenty of activities where repetitive actions are unavoidable... commuting, playing tennis, chewing... Sometimes you have to do the same thing, over a

SketchUp Skill Builder: Reference Images

Have you ever had to model something from reference images, but were not sure of the best way to get set up to start modeling? This Skill Builder will walk you

SketchUp Training Series: Match Photo part 1

Match photo is a powerful tool to create models using photographic reference. Learn the basics of how to setup an imported photo to build a model, then progress

Texture tips to help optimize your SketchUp model - Skill Builder

Gathering inspiration from Mike Tadros' 3D Basecamp presentation, we highlight three important tips you should consider when creating a SketchUp model. Follow a

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The sandbox toolset is a great set of tools that help you to model things like... well... sandboxes... but also landscapes. Most people would not think to grab

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Have you heard of Cardinal Points before? No? Well, they are in SketchUp, and they do some pretty cool stuff! Check it out and try modifying some Cardinal Point

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Customize your SketchUp model by creating your own tiling textures. Don't settle for hard lines and inconsistent colors. Instead, create smooth transitions from

3D Basecamp 2016 – Quad Modeling for Smooth Geometry

Quad modeling? Quad meshes? Whether you’ve heard of this terminology or not, you may be interested in this session. A quad mesh is more regular and predictabl

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When it comes to getting the perfect view in SketchUp, it is hard to beat the alignment tools in SketchUp's context menu. For those of you who have not yet used
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