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Ten general-purpose SketchUp extensions to use in your workflow
Here are Aaron's personal favorite general-purpose extensions for SketchUp.
[Skill Builder] Welcome to 3D Warehouse
Welcome to the 3D Warehouse! Check out this video to learn how to get started and how to utilize it in your workflow.
Let's Talk LayOut: Layers and Pages
In this video, we will be looking at pages, layers, and tags in LayOut. We will look through how they all work separately and how they all work together. Dive in and start learning!
[Skill Builder] Drawing a Weld with Native Tools
How do you draw a weld that looks real in SketchUp? Follow along as we show you how to do it!
Let's Talk LayOut: Model Viewport
Welcome back to our LayOut series! In this video, we dive into how you bring a SketchUp model into LayOut.
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[Skill Builder] Modeling a Proper Door Hinge
We've done hinge modeling sessions in the past where we showed tips and tricks, but the door hinges weren't up to "code". For this video, we wanted to be more accurate and model what a typical door hi
Let's Talk Layout: Introduction to LayOut
Introducing our series on LayOut! Don't worry you don't have to watch them all to understand LayOut and use it: pick and choose what you want to learn. In this video, we show you how LayOut is set up
[Skill Builder] Getting Around in SketchUp for Web
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
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Modeling a Low-Poly Human in SketchUp Live!
We're modeling a low-poly human in this live stream! Learn some tips and tricks for your workflow.
Getting Started with SketchUp - Part 1
Learn the fundamentals of SketchUp by following along with this video series. Each video is a mini-project that will introduce new tools and essential techniques to the SketchUp work flow. This is P
[Quick Win] Editing Hidden Objects in 2020.1
SketchUp has always allowed you to modify hidden geometry, but in 2020.1 it will actually show you the piece in hidden geometry. This makes it a lot easier to make changes to the geometry.
SketchUp Essentials Guide
Your toolkit of essential shortcuts and must-have extensions to get you on your way.
[Skill Builder] Make New Object 2020.1
Groups and components allow you to take pieces, faces, and edges and put them together to form an object. In 2020.1, we've made this very important workflow element even easier. See how it's done in o
[Skill Builder] Welcome back to Sandbox Tools
We are going to continue to learn about Sandbox tools today! In this Skill Builder, we will look at Drape and Stamp! Tune in to learn all about how you can add these tools to your landscape workflow.
[Extension Inspection] JHS Powerbar
In this Extension Inspection, we take a look at JHS Powerbar. This extension is a compilation of a bunch of extensions in an easy to use UI.
[Skill Builder] How to keep your landscape model light
Taking some inspiration from Eric Sargeant's 3D Basecamp presentation, check out this tip on how to use components & layers to keep your landscape model light and usable.
[Skill Builder] Welcome to Sandbox Tools
In this video, we take a look at a native extension that is installed automatically when you download SketchUp: Sandbox Tools. Sandbox tools helps build out landscape and smooth-rolling patterns.
Modeling Columns in SketchUp Live!
In this live session, we model intricate, detailed columns. You're sure to pick up some workflow tips and tricks.
Modeling Assemblies with Screws in SketchUp Live!
In this live session, we model detailed assemblies with screws. You're sure to pick up some workflow tips and tricks.
[Extension Inspection] Instant Wall
In this Extension Inspection, we talk about an extension that has been around for a while but is super valuable: Instant Wall. This extension helps you model any type of vertical wall.