Our 2-day SketchUp class enables Participants to draw using a familiar pencil and paper paradigm in a software context. The Mastering 3D Using SketchUp: Basic Training course provides Participants with an excellent choice for beginning to learn to use SketchUp. This course is intended for Participants with little or no 3 dimensional drawing or SketchUp experience, but who want to start to create 3 dimensional models using SketchUp.
- Learn one of the easiest 3d tools available.
- Learn to quickly create 3D models that can be imported into other applications
This is a introductory SketchUp class, we recommend that you have the SketchUp software before class. You can download a trial of SketchUp or purchase SketchUp from Trimble’s website.
- Creating Basic Geometry
- Creating Surfaces From Polygons
- Understanding Stickiness In 3D
- Drawing In 3D Using The Pencil Tool
- Generating Forms Quickly
- Creating Concentric Surfaces
- Mirroring in SketchUp
- Display Options And Styles
- Mastering the Rotate Tool
- Creating new terrains and editing existing terrains
- Explaining solids and the proper use of solids
- Optimizing Photo Textures
- Organizing Students collections in the Google 3D Warehouse
- Using layout to manage styles and to work with dimensions
- 3ds Max 101 – AutoDesk 3ds Max Essentials
- After Effects 101 – Adobe After Effects Essentials
- After Effects 202 – Creating Animated Characters in After Effects
- Animate 101 – Adobe Animate Essentials
- AutoCAD 302 – AutoDesk AutoCAD 3D Drawing & Modeling
- AutoCAD 501 – AutoDesk AutoCAD Bootcamp Level 1
- Cinema 4D 101 – Cinema 4D Essentials
- Cinema 4D 110 – Cinema 4D: Rendering Motion Graphics for After Effects
- Cinema 4D 201 – Cinema 4D Advanced
- Dimension 101 – Adobe Dimension
Our goal is to make sure your class meets your objectives, not ours. Therefore, all of our outlines are treated as guides to help steer the workshop. This outline does not guarantee that all the topics listed will be covered in the time allowed. The amount of material covered is based on the skill level of the student audience. We may change or alter course topics to best suit the classroom situation.