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November 2nd, 2009 #1
Hey everyone, here are some of myS ketchup designs. I love the program and more work is coming soon.
GO TO LAST PAGE FOR NEW WORK.
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December 1st, 2009 #6
Just another quick skethup model of a temple.. I have been designing a lot of buildings for a project over the last couple of months and have come to really enjoy it. Hopefully i'll have the time to take this into PS and finish the render.
I will post the work for the current project when the NDA' are cleared.
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December 7th, 2009 #7
This is some great work! Keep it up, and post as much as you can.
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December 13th, 2009 #8
Your work is so inspirational! I can only hope that I'm able to do half of what you're able to do. Please keep the updates coming!
February 3rd, 2010 #9
Tomaka - thank you and keep working hard.
Here are two designs which i did last month for a in the works project. I have a ton more designs but i cannot post the them yet. Also,I cannot give you any details about the designs either.
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Incredible work. would you mind explaining some of your methods to some of us here. Your post work is really interesting and adds a lot to the design.
May 11th, 2010 #12
parker17-thanks. My fundamental approach to design in sketchUp is exploration. First know what you are trying to achieve and then experiment. I dont' use any fancy tricks with SketchUp, I push and pull shapes and merge them together and see what comes out. The key thing in design is exploration, and sketchUp makes this very easy and fast.
Let me know if this is what you wanted to know? Or if you have any other questions.
Here is a recently released piece i did Jan. 2010.
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