A Complete SketchUp Guide from Beginner to Advanced
What you'll learn
- What is Sketchup, the use of Sketchup in the interior design industry.
- How to model interior spaces, study scale and proportion, test different ideas, present solutions, plan spaces, and generate architectural floor plans, elevations, and sections.
- How SketchUp combined with other software programs and hand-rendering tools for maximum utility and flexibility.
- Step-by-step examples of designing of Interior and Exterior space and 3D modeling from the basic floor Plan
- Coverage is specific to the interests of interior designers and interior architects, landscape designers.
- No prior experience of 3D Modeling is needed
- You should have Sketchup software any version 2018 onwards. You can use the Trial version of SketchUp 2020 downloaded from SketchUp website.
- You should have a computer to support SketchUp.
SketchUp is a program used for a wide range of 3D modeling projects like architectural, interior design, landscape architecture, and video game design, to name a few of its uses.
This course on SketchUp is designed for beginner to advanced students in the 3D design fields.
In this tutorial you will learn to install and use SketchUp, the basic SketchUp Tools, create Complex geometry in SketchUp, SketchUp 3D warehouse and the Extension warehouse, SketchUp Materials/Group/Component, Interior Design of a house from scratch using SketchUp, Exterior Design of a house using SketchUp, add Geo location and export the SketchUp model in Google Earth 3D and Rendering your SketchUp model.
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Who this course is for:
- Anyone with an interest in learning Sketchup and 3D Modeling
- Interior designers
- Game developers
- Landscape Designers
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