Product Modeling in SketchUp the easy way

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Post by nomeradona on Mon Mar 19, 2012 8:51 pm

This is a quick tutorial to do a model using some blueprints.

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Using Photoshop, I seperated all the views and saved them into separate files. I then imported them to SketchUP and set up like the view below.

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Trace the outline of the top and side view and use the push pull tool.

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Select all, choose Edit/intersect/intersect with model. Erase unwanted edges
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Remap the textures (side-top etc.). select all and smoth edges tool.Voila! This is now ready for rendering. A small caution, do not place this closer to the camera. This is not a high poly model, but we just use the projected texture to a low poly boxy model.

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Post by lobusta_86 on Thu Mar 29, 2012 6:37 am

Thanks for sharing sir..
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