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Learning SketchUp Pro 2015

A step-by-step guide to 3D modeling using this powerful but accessible design tool.
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Infinite Skills
1.961 estudiantes matriculados
English [Auto-generated]
demonstrate the principles of drafting and 3D design
use SketchUp tools and features to create a modeled house or structure from scratch.

Are you looking to learn 3D design and modeling in a hands-on way? This course shows how to use Sketchup’s many tools through a central project of modeling a home from scratch. This course is designed for the absolute beginner, meaning no prior experience with SketchUp or 3D modeling is required.

You will start by learning how to set up the template and toolbars, as well as the basic drawing tools, such as the line, rectangle and rotated rectangle, circle, and freehand tool. You will then jump into learning how to create different roof types. Dan will show you how to organize the model, create the second floor and additional openings, and import and edit textures. This video tutorial also covers how to create the ceiling, staircase, doors and windows, fireplace, and kitchen. You will learn how to use the 3D warehouse and add furniture, model furniture from a photograph, and create the exterior of the home. Finally, you will learn how to create a rendering composite in Photoshop, create a presentation with layout, and render and export.

Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will be fully capable of using the tools available in SketchUp to create your own 3D models.

Introduction To SketchUp 2015

1
Important - Download These First - Working Files
2
Introduction
3
Setting Up The Template
4
Setting Up The Toolbars
5
What's New In SketchUp 2015
6
How To Access Your Working Files

Drawing Tools: The Basics

1
Line Tool
2
Rectangle And Rotated Rectangle Tools
3
Circle Tool
4
Polygon Tool
5
Arc Tools
6
Freehand Tool

Creating Different Roof Types

1
Navigating In 3D
2
Push, Pull And Move Tool
3
Using Follow Me - Complex Roof Pitches
4
Creating A Mansard Roof
5
Creating a Gambrel Roof

Massing The Home

1
Measurements
2
Tracing Your Wall Dimensions - Line Tool
3
Extruding Your Walls - Push, Pull And Offset
4
Creating Doors And Openings
5
Clean Up - Using The Eraser To Remove Unwanted Edges

Organizing The Model

1
Why Groups?
2
Creating The Second Floor
3
Creating Additional Openings
4
Hide Model And Other Useful Shortcuts
5
Using The Outliner
6
Using Layers To Control Visibility
7
Viewing Layer States Of The Model
8
Field Of View

Importing And Editing Textures

1
Dividing Faces To Create Your Rooms
2
Area Tool For Calculations
3
Using Paint Bucket For Floor Texture
4
Importing And Applying A Texture
5
Positioning An Imported Texture
6
Editing Texture Colour In SketchUp
7
Editing A Texture In Photoshop
8
Hide Edges And Lines With The Eraser Tool

Creating The Ceiling

1
Creating The Ceiling
2
Assigning Layers Within Groups
3
Adding Detail
4
Creating Crown Moulding
5
Copy And Paste In Place

Creating The Staircase

1
Why We Use Groups And Components
2
Creating The Staircase
3
Adding Riser Detail
4
Making A Unique Bottom Step
5
Adding Spindles With Move And Copy
6
Adding Railing
7
Review Of Components And Nested Groups

Creating Doors And Windows

1
Creating Doors
2
Creating The Front Window Frame
3
Double Hung Windows
4
Installing Bit Tools Plugins
5
Creating Walls And Door Openings
6
Using The Window Feature

Creating The Fireplace

1
Starting At The Base
2
Building The Mantle
3
Mantle Columns
4
Mantle Support
5
Adding Textures

Creating The Kitchen

1
Base Cabinets
2
Wall Cabinets
3
Cabinet Doors
4
Creating The Countertop
5
Adding Materials
6
Adding Appliances
7
Adding The Fridge And Sink

Adding Furniture

1
Using the 3D Warehouse
2
Using Form Fonts
3
Using The Podium Browser
4
Creating A Library

Model Furniture From A Photograph

1
Setting Up To Match A New Photo
2
Applying Textures
3
Creating The Massing Model
4
Adding Detail
5
Saving And Placing Into The Model

The Exterior

1
Creating The Exterior
2
Setting The Building In Place - Geolocation
3
Reset Axis To Align Building
4
Creating The Front Facade
5
Adding Context
6
Get Photo - Google Street View
7
Using 3D Text
8
Add Solar Panels With Skelion Plugin

Preparing The Model With Scenes And Styles

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