Archive for Rendering

Need a Cross-Laminated Timber in SketchUp?

May 30, 2013 in Tutorials

With Cross-Laminated Timber (often abbreviated to CLT) available now as a new and exciting building material, I am sure some of you will need to include these in your SketchUp models, too. To help you out a bit, I am making available SketchUp components of 3-ply and 5-ply CLT panels. You can download them from […]

Create a penny floor with this texture

February 21, 2013 in Tutorials

Today I came across a great idea on Google+: Use coins as flooring – preferably one cent pieces (that are even taken out of circulation in some places). With a bit of resin on top, this ingenious flooring solution adds sparkle and a wonderful warm glow to a room. While adding this to a real […]

Free materials and environments available

February 12, 2013 in News Blog

I just published a page (under the book companion pages) called “Freebies” where I am giving stuff away! At this point, this page features texture images and spherical environments, which you can use for your SketchUp renderings. All of them are published under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. Therefore, feel free to use any of […]

Improve your WebGL models on Sketchfab with the new material editor

January 11, 2013 in Tutorials

I just posted a quick description of Sketchfab’s new interactive WebGL material editor on my personal blog. You can find the post here: http://www.alexschreyer.net/cad/improve-your-webgl-models-on-sketchfab-with-the-new-material-editor/ Even if you don’t use Sketchfab to publish your 3D models, it is actually quite useful to just upload a generic model and experiment with the material editor’s parameters. These are the […]

Christmas / Holiday Card Tutorial Now Available

January 7, 2013 in News Blog, Tutorials

Happy New Year everyone!!! Now that my Christmas / Holiday Card is “so last year”, it is time to reveal how it was made. For a tutorial (that also includes the Ruby script I used for it), go to the SketchUcation.com website. You can find the tutorial there. http://sketchucation.com/resources/tutorials/48-advanced/306-scripting-a-christmas-card-with-ruby

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