Tyson Kartchner

Tyson has somehow convinced the team that we still need SketchUp training, despite how easy it is to learn SketchUp. He also spends time as a hobbyist woodworker, so if there are a lot of furniture training examples... apologies for the obvious bias.

  • Talking woodworking, design, and YouTube with Chris Salomone

    Talking woodworking, design, and YouTube with Chris Salomone

    In our interview with Chris Salomone, we are given a full walkthrough on woodworking, design, and his popular YouTube channel.

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  • The Paulk Workbench: a SketchUp story

    The Paulk Workbench: a SketchUp story

    Did you know that the Paulk Workbench was designed in SketchUp? We dive in to how this popular carpentry design was created,

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  • A time for reflection

    A time for reflection

    We want to show you another essential skill when working with SketchUp tools. Today, we're creating mirror reflections. Come view our tutorial here!

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  • Throwing things out of focus

    Throwing things out of focus

    Try simulating depth of field and create fantastic out of focus results by utilizing the power of Photoshop in tandem with SketchUp. Click here to learn more!

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  • Massively cool models

    Massively cool models

    Massive Black creates massively cool models for video game, movie, and advertising concept art. Click here to learn how they do it with the help of SketchUp!

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  • New course alert! Landscape & Site Design available on SketchUp Campus

    New course alert! Landscape & Site Design available on SketchUp Campus

    Looking for landscape architecture-specific learning? Check out our professional-level learning track on SketchUp Campus.

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