Hello there! I am excited to share with you that I am restarting work on the 3D model of my studio space for my Exhibition. As you may know, I created the 3D model as part of my Masters Final Major Project back in 2020. Since then, I have not had the chance to work on it, and my SketchUp skills have become quite rusty. Therefore, my main objective in revisiting the 3D model is to reacquaint myself with the SketchUp tool and improve my skills.
One of the tasks I need to do is to add my exhibition photographs to the pre-existing virtual display/exhibition frames. This will enable me to showcase my work and share it with others virtually. However, I need to find some learning resources to help me get back up to speed with SketchUp.
To this end, I have scoured the internet and found a range of useful resources, from YouTube videos to SketchUp courses. I thought I would share these resources with you so that you too can benefit from them.
Firstly, I found a series of SketchUp tutorials on YouTube at this link that are perfect for beginners. These tutorials cover everything from the basics of navigation to more advanced features such as 3D modeling and rendering. The tutorials are easy to follow, and the presenter explains things in a clear and concise manner.
Secondly, I discovered a range of SketchUp courses:
– SketchUp Fundamentals with set of Exercise files
These courses cover a range of topics, from the basics of SketchUp to more advanced features such as using plugins and extensions. What I like about these courses is that they are self-paced, so you can learn at your own speed.
Lastly, I came across the SketchUp website itself, which has a range of learning resources available. They offer a range of tutorials, videos, and webinars, covering everything from the basics to more advanced topics.
I am excited to dive back into SketchUp and improve my 3D modeling skills. I hope this post has been helpful in pointing you towards some useful resources for learning SketchUp. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced user, there is always something new to learn. Happy modelling!