3D Basecamp 2016 – Paved with Good Intentions: When good models go bad

July 14, 2016
It seemed like a good idea when you bid the project, but now you're halfway through building out a large scale site model and it's not going well. The deadline is looming, your SketchUp file is approaching 100MB and crashes are becoming more frequent. Now what?!?! Accurate terrain, roads, vehicles and trees can bog down a model quickly, but they don't have to. Joshua Cohen of Fat Pencil Studio shares examples of some truly gigantic site models and suggests tools and tips you need to be successful in your next large site modeling effort. http://fatpencilstudio.com/
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