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Beginner's SketchUp Tutorial - Part 5

I just released part 5 of this series today. So if you have been following along you now have another to watch. Go to http://www.srww.com/blog .


Part 6 will be out in a week or so and will cover scene creation, dimensioning and labeling. Basically, everything you need to know to create shop drawings.

Part 7 will be out the following week or so and will cover texturing to get near photorealistic renderings.

The last installment, Part 8 will be a supplement to show alternative ways of doing some things done in the rest of the tutorials but for which I didn’t have time in the constraints of a 40 plus or minus minutes video. It will be a bit of a grab bag, but will hopefully clear up some things left perhaps unclear in the videos thus far. If you have a suggestion for this part let me know.

Have a nice weekend.

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I really appreciate you sharing. I know that SU can do so much more than I've managed to accomplish. Then again, I'm an old pencil and paper guy too.
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I really appreciate you sharing. I know that SU can do so much more than I've managed to accomplish. Then again, I'm an old pencil and paper guy too.

Chief puts out a great newsletter!

Have you been to his site?

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Thanks Scott. I appreciate your interest and your passing on the info about my newsletter. Very much appreciated!

mickit, I started with paper and pencil; Dietzgen drawing equipment, plastic triangles, three sided scale, T-Square, drawing board - the works. But believe me, SketchUp is easy to learn and once you have it is so efficient and fun. Try it.

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