…If you want to apply textures to a surface…more accurately, you may need to use projected textures.…Let me show you how this works.…Now I've got this simple object, but I've got this kind…of concave surface and I want to put a texture on it.…Now if I were to do File> Import here.…And, say, select that soup label, open it up, and apply it.…You'll see that while I get the same sort of situation that I had with the soup can.…And if I apply that material, well, it applies…but I can't control the position of the material.…
I can control the scale, but not the position.…So I can actually get the position a…little bit more accurately using what's called a projection.…So I'm actually going to back my way out of this.…I'm going to undo that and we're going to create what's called a projector.…Which is basically a slide projector screen…from which we're going to project that texture.…So I need to create a rectangle…as wide as this opening.…So I'm going to select my Rectangle tool, draw across that opening,…and you can see how it closes off, but we'll fix that.…
All of the lessons work with both SketchUp Make, the free version of the program, and SketchUp Pro.
- Creating camera views
- Shading faces and edges
- Scaling and rotating objects
- Creating circles, polygons, and arcs
- Making 3D text
- Labeling a drawing
- Working with 3D components
- Applying materials and mapping textures
- Rendering and animating your work
Skill Level Beginner
1. The SketchUp Interface
2. Manipulating Objects
3. Drawing in SketchUp
4. Measuring and Labeling
5. Organizing Scenes
6. Working with Components
7. Creating Textures and Materials
8. Rendering and Animation
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