Click this post to find out how to convert almost ALL the components (yes, including 3ds max files!) you need into formats that you can use with Sketchup. Do I need to say more?
Have you ever tried Match Photo for an Interior Space before? I mean it's a great tool if you want to model after a certain picture but have no schematics or measurements! In this video, I'll be going through my process of modeling an interior using Match Photo (Photoshop helps!). I know a tool like Match Photo could sound scary and hard to learn, after watching this video you will change your mind completely 😉
This is part two of my last video with 5 more free plugins 🙂 I've been using these extensions for years and I wouldn't be recommending them if I didn't think they'll actually help you!
In this video series, we’ll be going through top 10 free plugins that have really upped my productivity while modeling and have made things way easier.
Today’s video is going to be a bit lite; it’s a regular speed modeling video as you can tell from the title; but I wanted to talk about a subject that isn’t so light.
In this video we'll go over the process of converting a component into a VRay render-ready Proxy in just 4 easy steps.
This post production video is going to be focusing on some new things like incorporating Z Depth and Atmosphere render outputs into a post production workflow.
There's something about a bright cheery scene with sunlight filtering in; but if you just set up a scene with a window and no other light sources and hit render, it'll come out dark and unpleasant. In this video, I'll show you how to set up VRay Sun, Environment, and a few Background/Hidden lights, step by step and in detail.
These little imperfections that we barely notice in real life are the reason why our renders look unrealistic. Here's how to fix that!
Changing the materials of a Sketchup Component using two different selection methods; A "Select All" method, and a more precise piece-by-piece method.