Organic modeling in SketchUp and Artisan plugin

Sketchup subdivision modeling and uv-mapping
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  • Lectures 18
  • Length 3 hours
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 10/2016 English

Course Description

Most people think SketchUp is good only for very simple models. Let me show you it's not true! With plugins like Artisan, SketchUV and some others organic modeling is not too difficult in SketchUp.

In this course I will show you how to model:

  • sofas and chairs
  • bentwood furniture
  • vases and dishes
  • sanitary ware
  • lamps

And for all of that you can make a good uv-mapping directly in SketchUp.

What are the requirements?

  • SketchUp Pro or Make
  • Artisan plugin
  • SketchUV plugin
  • Some other plugins like SplitTools, FredoScale, TubeAlongPath, CleanUp

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Model complex and organic forms using SketchUp and Artisan plugin
  • Make uv-mapping using SketchUV plugin

What is the target audience?

  • Everyone who wants to be able to model complex shapes in SketchUp

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction. What is subdivision modeling?
Subdivision modeling in SketchUp. Five models shown in this course.
Preview
01:08
Section 2: Vase modeling
Vase modeling part 1
10:27
Vase modeling part 2
Preview
13:16
Vase modeling part 3
01:38
Section 3: Lamp modeling
Lamp modeling part 1
10:44
Lamp modeling part 2
Preview
12:16
Section 4: Sink modeling
Sink modeling part 1
14:28
Sink modeling part 2
05:37
Section 5: Table modeling
Table modeling part 1
13:49
Table modeling part 2
08:11
Table modeling part 3
12:22
Table modeling part 4
07:09
Section 6: Sofa modeling
Sofa modeling part 1
11:10
Sofa modeling part 2
10:22
Sofa modeling part 3
11:43
Sofa modeling part 4
15:21
Sofa modeling part 5
14:35
Sofa modeling part 6
14:20

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Instructor Biography

Dmitry Paukov, Interior designer and visualizer, SketchUp tutor

I've worked in SketchUp as an interior designer and 3d modeller for a few years. Most of the models used in my projects including sofas, beds, chairs and other complex furniture made in SketchUp with Artisan organic modeling plugin. I always try to make my SketchUp models not less accurate than 3ds Max ones. For rendering I use V-Ray for SketchUp. I've given SketchUp lessons since 2013 as well. Now I've recorded a course to share my experience with a larger audience.

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