Singapura Academy & Consultancy Services
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Students will learn to create 3D models of just about anything they can imagine. SketchUp is a free 3D modeling tool that is easy to learn and use, and is designed primarily for the conceptual phase of design. SketchUp is used to create architectural, mechanical, landscape, and woodworking models, as well as to design the levels in games, and the sets and storyboards for movies and television shows.
SketchUp can export models to a variety of 3D and 2D formats. Many of the standard CAD programs can import and work with files that have been exported from SketchUp.
Who uses SketchUp? Everyone.
Hundreds of thousands of professionals in (take a deep breath) architecture, construction, engineering, commercial interiors, light construction, landscape architecture, kitchen & bath design, urban planning, game design, film & stage, woodworking, and plenty of other fields use SketchUp Pro all the time, every day. It’s the all-purpose antidote to complicated, expensive CAD software.
A smarter way to think about 3D modeling.
SketchUp is like a pencil with superpowers. Start by drawing lines and shapes. Push and pull surfaces to turn them into 3D forms. Stretch, copy, rotate and paint to make anything you like. More advanced? Start modeling from CAD and terrain data, photographs or even hand sketches. Build models with custom behaviors and attributes. SketchUp is as simple and as powerful as you want it to be.
Turn your models into drawings with LayOut.
At some point in every project, you need to produce a set of drawings that shows your model: plans, sections, elevations, perspectives. LayOut in SketchUp Pro lets you add model views to pages, choose drawing scales, adjust line weights and add dimensions, callouts and graphics. Changes to your model are reflected automatically in LayOut. When it’s time, export PDFs, images and CAD files.
Get good, fast.
There’s a reason SketchUp is synonymous with friendly and forgiving 3D modeling software: it does not sacrifice usability for the sake of functionality. With handy contextual tips, a dedicated Instructor panel for beginners, and mountains of online resources, help is always on the way.
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