In celebration of two years, 50 episodes, and nearly 2,000,000 views, we are bringing you volume 1 of the Best of The SketchUp Show, 8 of our favorite episodes in higher resolution on one DVD.
$12.50 (pro price)
In celebration of two years, 50 episodes, and nearly 2,000,000 views. We are bringing you volume 1 of the Best of The Sketchup Show, 8 of our favorite episodes in higher resolution on one DVD. Now you can enjoy 'The Sketchup Show' when you are not connected to the internet and without filling up your hard drive.
Sketchup Show Episodes included on this DVD:
Mike is back, responding to Robert Thorne who asked about Woodworking on the Suggest-a-cast thread in the School Forums. Thanks for posting Robert! Mike shows you how to model a table, bookcase and cabinet in less than 10 minutes.
Take a look at how to create your own terrain in Sketchup using 4 different methods
Have you seen the new 'program-within-a-program' in Google Sketchup 6? It's called LayOut, and it provides SketchUp users a cool way to present their 3D models in a 2D paper-space environment. Mike Tadros hosts the demo of this new feature.
Part 1 of a 5 part architectural series, we show you how to import and work with CAD drawings in Sketchup. AIA members can get continuing education credits for watching all 5 shows in the series. Find out more about the series here.
So what if you don't have a CAD drawing to use to create your SketchUp model? Learn how you can take an image of any floor plan and quickly turn it into a house.
A long overdue follow-up to our first LayOut episode - Mike continues with more tips and tricks for getting started in the program.
Mike explains the ins and outs of using Styles in SketchUp.
Mike demonstrates how to quickly and easily create custom tileable textures using this great new Photoshop Plug-in from Luxology. He outlines a method for dealing with two organic textures, converting vegetation and stone images into seamless textures for SketchUp.
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