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/
As you may know, I have written a SketchUp extension that lets you follow SketchUp news (official and inofficial) and discussions right within SketchUp. You can install it from the Extension Warehouse or the SketchUcation PluginStore and then afterwards access it anytime you like from SketchUp’s Help menu. Because Yahoo recently discontinued its Pipes technology, I […] Read more..
Last week, Trimble released SketchUp 2016. Find out what’s new and improved in my blog post on sketchupfordesign.com: http://sketchupfordesign.com/news/sketchup-2016-is-out/
I am very excited to be announcing the release of the second edition of my book “Architectural Design with SketchUp” today! For this edition, I went back through the text and updated and improved a lot of content. As before, my main goal was to keep it relevant for as large a variety of SketchUp users as possible and […] Read more..
After the success of the first edition of my SketchUp book, I went back through the text for the second edition and updated quite a bit of content. My main goal was to keep it highly relevant for as large a variety of SketchUp users as possible and at the same time provide thorough yet easy to follow […] Read more..
Can you 3D print this? Usually not without some cleanup, but SketchUp’s 3D Warehouse has a cool new feature that helps you out here. You can read about it in my blog post: http://sketchupfordesign.com/news/making-everything-3d-printable/