“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,
You can have a lot of fun creating completely unique and repeatable patterns using components in SketchUp.
Take a look at all that SketchUp accomplished in 2020, from new features to upgrades, continuing to make subscriptions more valuable.
As our brand and products have evolved, so has our suite of product logos.
SketchUp’s cooked up some brand-spanking-new functionality for better design in the 2021 release. Get the scoop.
It’s time for back to school prep! Whether you’re teaching remotely this year, or you’re in the classroom, a new school year means exciting new features in SketchUp for Schools.
With the unprecedented number of students and educators adjusting to distance learning, the SketchUp Education team would like to share some of our favorite free educational resources.
As we all learn how to live and work together but from a social distance, we need to come up with new ways to arrange our homes to accommodate both privacy and intimacy.
In our first episode of SketchUp Talk season 3, we go behind the scenes and talk to our education programs coordinator, Chris Brasher.
It's back to school time, which means awesome new features for those of you teaching with SketchUp for Schools.
If a tool or command doesn’t exist in SketchUp, Julia Christina Eneroth builds it. A designer and developer, Christina has published 66 extensions and plugins to Extension Warehouse.
Are you working with 3D scan models, or trying to easily set even dimensions for your model? Follow along in this video tutorial as Aaron shows you a tool.
We have had a lot of requests for a LayOut based Skill Builder, so let's start by preparing a SketchUp file for import into LayOut!
Aaron showed how to draw drapes using only native SketchUp commands. Now let's see what we can do when we use a couple of extensions! Curviloft by Fredo6: https://extensions.sketchup.com/en/content/c
By popular demand, Aaron is showing how to go about modeling drapes using only native SketchUp commands. No extensions, no 3DWarehouse, no shenanigans! Just pure SketchUp 3D magic!
Part 4 in our Architectural hit list! This time we will cover a few tips for putting rough openings into the exterior walls!
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 Points of your own!
Have you ever seen one of those cool looking exploded views of a piece of furniture or model of something? Did you know you can make one of those in just a few minutes in SketchUp?
Aaron reviews the Always Face Camera option when creating a component. This will enable you to make your own scale figures and increase performance by only rendering a 2D form of the component. It's a
Joshua Cohen of Fat Pencil Studio talks through his process for construction logistics modeling including creating a base model, adding logistics and phasing information, and tips for presenting. http
Guess who the new scale figure for SketchUp for Schools is? It's Dr. Temple Grandin!
Tutorials created for K-12 educators and students to easily get started making models in SketchUp. Start by launching SketchUp, choosing a template, knowing toolsets, and navigating within your model.