Join Paul J. Smith for an in-depth discussion in this video Front elevation view, part of SketchUp for Architecture: LayOut.
- So, we're in Chapter 05-03…and we are now gonna look at creating some elevations.…Now, debate is out as far as I'm concerned…as to whether we would show this wall in the background,…or whether we indeed shows sort of…a section cut through the landscaping.…Sometimes, people prefer just to show the elevation…of the object and nothing behind it.…But, as this is more of a sort of a visual thing,…I thought it would be quite nice just to show…the wall in the background and some trees, ecetera…Now also, it gives me the opportunity to explain…how I can do this, and how we can do one…with just the building in elevation.…
If we span across…to this side, I've done a similar thing…on this side as well, showing the landscaping…and the boundary wall in elevation.…On the other sheet we've got a different type of elevation.…Now, these are exactly the same elevations,…except they're styled differently.…And, instead of rendering them in SketchUp…I have used sort of shapes…which I've created from the Shape Creation tools.…And, then filled in some pattern fills.…
AuthorPaul J. Smith
- Creating a template watermark
- Mixing and saving styles
- Adding and updating scenes
- Aligning and animating scenes
- Adding and animating sections
- Creating views
- Customizing layout preferences and document setup
- Working with references in LayOut
- Building a template
- Working with site plans
- Coordinating plans and elevations
- Adding text, dimensions, and title blocks
- Building a scrapbook
Skill Level Intermediate
2. All About Styles
3. All About Scenes
4. All About Sections
5. Creating the Views for Layout
6. Into LayOut
7. Creating the Template
8. Site Plans
9. Floor Plans and Elevations
10. Coordinating Plans and Elevations
12. The Amazing Scrapbook
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