I just updated two of my SketchUp extensions: Sketchfab Uploader and SketchUp News. As always, you can get the updates directly from the Extension Warehouse or from the SketchUcation Plugin Store via the auto-update. Here’s what’s new: Sketchfab Uploader Version 2.4 (12/12/2016): – Added help menu item – Code cleanup SketchUp News Version 1.2 (12/12/2015): – […] Read more..
I just updated my Sketchfab Uploader SketchUp Extension to v.2.3. This version does not offer many new features – it mainly just makes the uploader compatible with SU 2017. To update it in SketchUp, go to either the Extension Warehouse or SketchUcation Extension Store dialog right in SketchUp and hit “update”. While I have your […] Read more..
It’s the time of year for… yes, turkey, I know! But a few days ago it was also the time of the year for the much-beloved “A new SketchUp version is available” dialog to pop into your life. If you haven’t downloaded the new version yet, but are burning to know what is new, may […] Read more..
While checking my Amazon book purchase stats I just noticed that my book “Architectural Design with SketchUp” (2nd edition) is now available in Italian. Italy being a country with one of the highest number of architects per capita, Italian is clearly one of the best languages to have translated it into. Thanks to the great folks at […] Read more..
Curious about the latest on SketchUp? Check out my recap of last week’s 2016 Trimble SketchUp 3D Basecamp in Steamboat Springs, CO: http://sketchupfordesign.com/news/3d-basecamp-2016-recap/
When cleaning up after the kids (yet again!) I noticed a familiar pattern in an orange peel one of them had left behind. It appears that our daughter came to the same conclusion about how to unwrap a sphere that my Unwrap and Flatten SketchUp Extension‘s algorithm did, too.
When I initially made my Place Shapes Toolbar extension for SketchUp, I created it with a weird unit convention that used one foot as base size in the US and one meter everywhere else. That did not make much sense at all, because even in the US, folks might want to use millimeter-sized shapes for 3D printing […] Read more..