Join Paul J. Smith for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of SketchUp for Architecture: LayOut.
- [Instructor] So for those of you out there … who have never used LayOut before, … and you've got to the end of this, … I hope you've enjoyed it, … and I hope you've started to appreciate … that LayOut can be used as a very useful tool … for the preparation and presentation … of architectural drawings. … The scope of this series was to really introduce … people back into LayOut. … I think now, is much underused. … I often see my students, … who are a great source of inspiration to me, … using this software really badly. … So one of my missions is to get more people … to use LayOut. … I think it's a very valuable piece of software, … and something you should get to grips with. … If you want to quickly get some drawings out, … I mean what you can also do is quite staggering. … There are people out there that use it … exclusively for all their work. … And the results they get out of this software … is very, very impressive. … So don't dismiss it, don't think, right, … I've done the SketchUp, …
AuthorPaul J. Smith
- Customizing LayOut preferences
- Working with the drawing tools in LayOut
- Adding text and labels
- Creating linear and angular dimensions
- Creating templates
- Linking SketchUp with LayOut
- Building a scrapbook
- Exporting options
Skill Level Intermediate
SketchUp 2018 Essential Trainingwith George Maestri3h 58m Beginner
1. Introduction to SketchUp for Architecture
2. Setting Up LayOut
3. Drawing and Annotation
4. Creating and Saving Templates
5. Linking SketchUp to LayOut
6. The LayOut Scrapbooks
7. Finishing Off the Pages
Next steps2m 11s
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