Which way do you mark your swings?

Door symbol direction- Right or wrong

How do you show the swinging direction for your doors and windows in elevation?

Pointing to the Right? Or Wrong? 😉

We’ve always thought of this symbol as a triangular flag…

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Thinking in 3D with SketchUp

Thinking in 3D

“I live in 3D and think in 3D and so I find the most efficient way to get that 3D image out of my head and start working with it is to create it directly in Sketchup.” – Derek Sallans, Longhouse Design

Derek’s workflow for concept design is so fast and intuitive, so very SketchUp-like, we couldn’t help but share it with you! 🙂

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Easy Fencing in SketchUp with Justin

EASY FENCING in SketchUp with FlexTools FlexFence

Check out a new video from The SketchUp Essentials about dynamic fences and railings.

A short introduction from Justin’s Newsletter:

” … I talk above about how to save time modeling in SketchUp by using copies. However, sometimes there’s an even easier option available for your modeling – let an extension do the work! …

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Ready for Sketchup 2021

Sketchup 2021 plus FlexTools

As with every new release of Sketchup, this time too, FlexTools is fully compatible to work with Sketchup 2021.
How to get FlexTools running in Sketchup 2021…

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Flex Pocket Door Released!

New Flex Pocket Door Cover Image

The new Flex Pocket Door allows to quickly create a single or double pocket door with solid or glass panels. The wall pocket structure adjusts in size automatically depending on the size of the door.

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Photorealistic Rendering with V-Ray

Moshe Shemesh - VFS Book night render

V-Ray is considered one of the most powerful and high quality render engines for SketchUp. That said, it requires considerable amounts of time, practice and patience to master the skill and unlock all the potential. We’ve been there… We’re still there 😉

Our friend and V-Ray expert Moshe Shemesh took some time…

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