Match the fifth photo's perspective to the 3D model as closely as possible, and explore the Image Igloo feature.
- [Instructor] In this video, we're going to match…the fifth photo to the 3D model in SketchUp,…so Photo5.jpg looks like this.…Let's just make a mental note of…the approximate perspective angle here,…and then we'll go back into SketchUp…and orbit the model into that perspective more or less.…Something like this.…This will give us a headstart in the photo matching process.…Then click Plus over here in the Match Photo dialog box,…select Photo5, and click Open.…
Now I need to adjust the axis bars.…The green bars need to go on the back of the house,…so I will position them…along the trim here,…and also, along this trim here.…Those two surfaces are parallel after all,…so they're suitable for tracing.…Now, the red axis bars need to be on the side of the house,…so up here in the shadow of this eave over here,…we're going to see a little section of the wall…on the side of the house,…so I will trace over that using the axis bars here.…
And then there's only one small area here…where we can see the side of the house,…so I'll drag these bars in here…
- Roughing in building volumes
- Using multiple photos for mapping
- Matching the perspective in the photos
- Roughing in a roof slope
- Modeling and extruding roofs
- Intersecting objects
- Constructing complex roofs
- Hiding edges
- Working with materials and textures
- Using fixed and movable pins
- Accessing the SketchUp material library
- Completing texture mapping
Skill Level Intermediate
SketchUp 2018 Essential Trainingwith George Maestri3h 58m Beginner
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SketchUp: Rendering Using Twilightwith Scott Onstott2h 29m Intermediate
1. Roughing In Building Volumes
2. Roughing In Roof Slopes
3. Constructing Complex Roof Slopes
4. Using Multiple Photos to Model
5. Working with Textures and Materials
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