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Let’s wrap this model train set model up with some scale buildings! Join on our forum: https://forums.sketchup.com/t/modeling-scale-buildings-with-aaron/187728 Want to learn more skills? Check out o
Welcome back to Square One! Today we're talking about adding detail to a mesh using Sandbox Tools. Want to learn more skills? Check out our SketchUp community forums (https://forums.sketchup.com), m
Welcome to SketchUp Pro 2022! Our previous video on this topic covered some of the new tools we've introduced, but this one will cover a few of the most useful updates we've made. Want to learn more
Welcome to SketchUp 2022! Aaron's here to give us an overview of what tools we've added to the SketchUp collection. Want to learn more skills? Check out our SketchUp community forums (https://forums.
LayOut 2022 is here! We've made a lot of changes - so Aaron walks us through what's been added, and how to use these new/improved tools. For a more comprehensive overview, check out this blog post: ht
In this Skill Builder, Aaron talks to us about Mesh repair in SketchUp (aka, what to do when there's a hole in your object that you need to repair). Want to learn more skills? Check out our SketchUp
Part 3 of our scale railroad series, Tyson 3D models scenic terrain in SketchUp and plans a track layout within the environment. Forum thread: https://forums.sketchup.com/t/laying-railroad-track-with
Sandbox tools are a suite unto themselves, but today we look at creating Meshes with Sandbox tools! Want to learn more skills? Check out our SketchUp community forums (https://forums.sketchup.com),
In this Skill Builder, we talk about cutting your model in half (Sorry baby Yoda). Want to learn more skills? Check out our SketchUp community forums (https://forums.sketchup.com), more videos on our
Tyson got us started, now let’s see how Aaron does it! More train car modeling with a live-modeled caboose! Join us, live! Join on our forum: https://forums.sketchup.com/t/modeling-a-caboose-live-wit
In this week's Square One video, we talk about intersecting geometry. We'll explain when, where, why, and how to use this tool, and show some examples. Want to learn more skills? Check out our Sketc
In this week's Skill Builder, we look at making animations using Scenes. Follow along with Aaron as he animates the ghost trap from our Ghostbusters Live Model! Want to learn more skills? Check out
Choo Choo! We're live modeling a locomotive this week. Watch for SketchUp tips and undoubtedly poor train puns! Join on our forum: https://forums.sketchup.com/t/modeling-a-locomotive-live-with-tyson/
In this Square One video, we look at exporting from SketchUp. We've touched on this topic in other videos, but in this video we explore two different methods and dive deeper into the reasoning behind
In this week's Skill Builder, we talk about gluing objects to each other. The "Glue To" command allows you to make models snap to the intended surface when dragging them into your design. Want to le
In this Square One video, we talk about printing objects from SketchUp Pro. To ensure that you're getting *all* the best information, make sure you understand the basics of using LayOut first! Want
In this week's Skill Builder, we look at why you shouldn't paint objects 😱 Aaron describes why painting the surfaces inside the object, as opposed to the group or component, is a better method. Wan
In this Square One, we talk about importing multiple tiles for Geo-Location. Make sure you check out last week's video to get the basics first! Want to learn more skills? Check out our SketchUp commu