“Can you do that in SketchUp?” If you can believe it, SketchUp turned fifteen years old this past year. And still, we meet so many people who ask this question. In this video, we teamed up with real SketchUp users to share a story about just how much you can accomplish by designing and documenting your ideas in 3D. As you can see, we used a lot of native SketchUp to make this video! And along the way, we learned that, yes, you can do that in SketchUp. Produced by: SketchUp & Wit House Directed by: Cole Garrison (www.withouseproductions.com) Director of Photography: Dane Henry (www.danehenrydigital.com) Edit: Cole Garrison Color Correction: Peder Morgenthaler (www.framelinear.com) Music & Sound Design: Ian McLeod & Scotty Beam (www.cleod9music.com) Special thanks to: Daniel Brown, James Crowell, Eric Schimelpfenig, Solana James, Peter Kluzak, Keat Tan, Lisanne Libner, Aaron Dietzen, Ty Schalamon, Josh Reilly, Mike Hathorn, Ben Rouillard, Conor Joyce, Jack Heller, Khant Thu, Kenna Hausler, Noah Lerhner, George Spearing, Brandon Pizinger, Billy Mann,
How long does it take you to model a building in SketchUp? Ok, how about a city block of buildings? How abo...
Follow along with us on our forum: https://forums.sketchup.com/t/modeling-a-workbench-and-creating-drawing-from-layout-live/131109/37
Have you heard of SketchUp for Web? Today, we give you a light introduction to the product. In this video, we will go through the differences between the web interface and the standard desktop interfa
In this video, we are going to take a look at the basics of creating dovetails. This video comes to us by a user request - and can be used in many different workflows. Follow along and learn more.
In SketchUp for Web, we are still exploring the possibilities of a web-enabled SketchUp. We’re proud to share the latest upgrades to SketchUp for Web.
Trying to build a new house from the ground up can be a daunting but rewarding task. That’s why Redfin reached out to the experts in home design to provide you with ways to optimize the design.
In this SketchUp Talk episode, we talk DIY. What is DIY? We believe it is best described as a movement or a culture.
Watch our replay of the Garden Shed live model! You are sure to pick up some tips for your own garden shed design.
Trying to model your own deck? Check out our LIVE model where we build a deck.
Meet YouTube-extraordinaire and woodworking expert, Johnny Brooke. He runs his own website, called Crafted Workshop, focusing on creating how-to videos on woodworking, DIY and home improvement.
Inspired by Dan Brown's 3D Basecamp presentation, we dive into how to handle and use different types of files when creating a large SketchUp model. Follow along as we show you some tricks on how to ke
Customize your SketchUp model by creating your own tiling textures. Don't settle for hard lines and inconsistent colors. Instead, create smooth transitions from tile to tile.
Learn best practices and SketchUp workflow tips specifically for fabrication. We sit down with Eric Schimelpfenig as he shows us how to make your 3D printing and CNC machining workflows smoother.
Are you creating geometry that has a bunch of holes in it? This can be a tedious task. Check out this Quick Win to see how you can quickly and easily create a perforated surface.
You bring the wood. We got the rest. Meet Kit&Co., a design and fabrication company that makes furniture kits, but not just your regular furniture kits, really unique ones.
Trying to create your own custom floor or tiling? With SketchUp, you can import almost any image and use it as a material or texture in your model.
Meet Dylan and Molly from the Woodbrew Crew. This dynamic (maker) duo specializes in woodworking, metalworking, other DIY projects.
Trying to work inside a completed model? Try using Section Planes as a temporary tool to peek and work inside your model, unimpeded by the front half of your building or project.
In this SketchUp Talk with Eric Schimelpfenig we learn what it means to be a maker when designing, building., and fabricating using SketchUp.
Did you know that when you draw a circle the corners that meet the axis are called cardinal points? If you click on those cardinal points, you can quickly and easily resize your circle.
In this live modeling session, we cover workflow tips for modeling furniture.