Turn your imagination loose on architectural and interior design with SketchUp. Go beyond a basic knowledge of SketchUp with expert instructors, try your hand at a few projects, and explore rendering and visualization.
Develop the knowledge you need to build your SketchUp expertise.
Create projects using your SketchUp skills.
Discover techniques for rendering and visualizing your designs.
SketchUp 2018 Essential Training with George Maestri
Get up to speed with SketchUp. Discover how to work with the drawing, design, and rendering tools offered in the 2018 version of this powerful software.
3h 58m • COURSE
SketchUp for Architecture with Paul J. Smith
Learn about the fundamentals of architecture in SketchUp, by walking though a typical residential building project: from creating a site plan to adding the walls, doors, windows, floors, and details that make a house a home.
4h 48m • COURSE
SketchUp for Interior Design with Ed Cotey
Find out how to use SketchUp to visualize an interior design project quickly.
2h 16m • COURSE
SketchUp: Bathroom Remodel with Scott Onstott
Learn how to use SketchUp—the easy-to-use 3D modeling software—to input your existing bathroom and model it in 3D using ten of the hottest remodeling trends.
2h 16m • COURSE
Designing a Tiny House with SketchUp with Scott Onstott
Build a tiny house—an entire home on wheels—with SketchUp, the free 3D modeling software.
5h 24m • COURSE
SketchUp: Modeling from Photos with Scott Onstott
Learn how to use SketchUp, a free 3D modeling program, to help you explore your design ideas using photos and 3D models.
1h 23m • COURSE
SketchUp Rendering: Using V-Ray 2 with Brian Bradley
Learn how to add naturalistic lighting, additional cameras, reflections, and diffuse materials to your SketchUp models with V-Ray.
3h 15m • COURSE
SketchUp: Rendering Using Twilight with Scott Onstott
Discover how to work with Twilight to prepare and optimize 3D models, materials, lighting, and environments for photo-realistic rendering, post-processing, and animation—all within SketchUp.
2h 29m • COURSE
You'll learn SketchUp skills with these experts
George Maestri is an animation director and producer in Los Angeles. His clients include Disney and Comedy Central.
George Maestri is an animation director and producer based in Los Angeles. He has written a number of books on 3D character animation, including Digital Character Animation (New Riders), and Maya at a Glance (Sybex Books). His credits include work for such studios as Nickelodeon, Disney, Warner Brothers, and Comedy Central.
Paul Smith worked in the design arena for over 25 years before taking up a post as a lecturer in the UK.
He has worked on projects in sectors such as retail, music studio design, education, and domestic and commercial design. Always passionate about design and design detailing, he has been a user and fan of SketchUp since version 4. Paul loves teaching architecture and engineering students about the design process and is always encouraged by the enthusiasm students have when using SketchUp to realize their designs. He also teaches courses in SketchUp and Revit to local businesses through the university. In his spare time he enjoys swimming, skiing, cycling, and hill walking.
Ed Cotey is a commercial interior designer, construction project manager, CAD consultant, and professor.
His company, AutoSpec Corporation, provides development work, training, and technical CAD consulting to manufacturers. It also offers architectural, project management, and interior design services. Ed is an Autodesk Certified Instructor at Harper College Autodesk Training Center and teaches courses on interior design, AutoCAD, Revit, and SketchUp. He has taught hundreds of architects, engineers, and interior design students. See some of Ed's work at his company website, www.autospeccorp.com.
Scott Onstott is a trainer specializing in the CAD, BIM, 3D, and real-time software used in the AEC industry.Scott is a consultant, lecturer, author, and independent video producer who has been teaching and writing about architectural and design visualization software since 1999. He provides both online and international on-site training. He is the author of more than a dozen technical books, has taught over a thousand students face-to-face, and has spoken in various public venues on AutoCAD, 3ds Max, SketchUp, and Photoshop. Scott lives in British Columbia with his family. Visit his websites at http://grok.academy and http://www.scottonstott.com.
Brian Bradley is a self-taught 3D artist and business owner.
Brian started experimenting with creative software and 3D applications around the end of 1993, wondering whether or not he could make a living working with such cool tools! By 1998 he had started his own multimedia business, working on projects ranging from flying logos to graphic design for clothing and vehicles to entire product and architectural visualization projects.
While learning the tools of his trade, Brian developed a keen awareness of the need for well-explained, high-quality training that could make software tools accessible and open to anyone who wanted to learn them. In 2007 he turned the attention of his family business toward the full-time teaching of the graphic design and production tools he loves to others.