Working on Complex Models in SketchUp
SketchUp is both simple and intuitive; there is no doubt about that. It usually takes a couple of hours to get grips on it and to create your first 3D models. But when you are using it for a professional project – with all the attendant time and quality constraints – you have to get a few things straight first to avoid the traps that users inevitably fall into, whether they are beginners or experienced operators.
When you are working on a complex project, made up of a large number of elements, SketchUp can slow down, often considerably. The working methods and the tips and tricks presented in this ...