Would you like to add a little magic to your SketchUp project? Ok... it’s not quite magic, but it could take your presentations up a notch. You can hide and reveal parts of your 3D model (with an animation effect) by using Scene transitions in conjunction with Section Planes. Rad! Note: this is a more advanced technique, so don't get frustrated if it takes you a few tries to get things right! Cheers, Josh As seen on the SketchUp Blog here → https://blog.sketchup.com/article/creating-section-animations-scenes
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