For a good start on SketchUp. The following tutorials are provided with written explanation by our experts.
In this tutorial you will see basic navigation in SketchUp, very important to locate you in your models.
This tutorial shows how to use line & rectangle tools while working with precise dimensions.
This tutorial shows how to make circles and polygons, it also shows how to change the number of segments to make them more attractive.
Want to work with arcs but you can not use the arc tool? This tutorial is for you.
This tutorial shows how to create faces, how to use the inferences that allow you to always remain parallel or align points between them.
How SketchUp works when you move the elements of geometry? Learn more from this tutorial.
This tutorial shows how to use the offset and eraser tool (clear tool). The move tool is perfect for moving your walls on a plane.
Learn the operation is performed with the push / pull and measure tool, two of the tools that are used the mostly in SketchUp.
The tool push / pull is not limited to add material, we can also align the sides and much more that you’ll observe in this tutorial.
You thought the move tool is only used to move objects? Well no, it also allows you to duplicate and even multiply the objects along a path.
Groups and the components are very important concepts in SketchUp, if not the most important. This tutorial demonstrates how to use SketchUp groups.
Components allow repeating objects and can be easily modified immediately, this tutorial explains how to save time in building your own library.
The Components window is a handy window, in this tutorial you will learn how to use it.
Why reinvent the wheel when it already exists? 3D Warehouse is the largest collection of models in the world, you can download objects & insert them into your projects.
The scaling tool allows you to change the scale of an object, or in proportion as its height, width or depth.
This tutorial shows you how to work with the follow me tool. With this powerful tool you can make any kind of complicated shapes just in few clicks.
To rotate your objects you can use the move tool, but to do specific things you will need to use rotate tool.
Do you want to apply color in your project? The Paint Bucket tool is there for you, and if the basic colors available in SketchUp are not enough, you can also import textures.
How to position your objects, camera and create scenes? These tutorials will demonstrate you how to proceed with these elements.
Once your finished with the project you probably want to show it to your client image jpg, png, maybe you want to give a sketch effect. This is what you’ll observe in these tutorials.