Creating Floor Plans from Images in SketchUp-The SketchUp Essentials #23



This tutorial will teach you how to create a floor plan in SketchUp using an image as a basis. ♦SUPPORT ME♦ ♦Courses♦ ♦Website♦ ——————– ————————————————– —– You can also bring an image in of a floor plan if you have an existing plan you’d like to model. For example, I can import this image I have by selecting file, then import, then selecting an image . Make sure you have the box marked image selected when you do this. You can click once to set a base point for your image, then click again to set the size. Don’t focus too much on that at this point, because we ‘re going to use the tape measure tool to resize it so that it’s to scale. To do that, double click inside your image, then use the tape measure to measure the distance between two points that is a known value. Once you’ve measured this length, type in the value you would like that segment to be and hit the enter key. You will receive a message asking if you’d like to resize your model – Select yes. You can resize individual components or your whole model depending on which options you select. Once your floor plan is to scale, you can trace your wall onto it. The one thing you may want to do is to go ahead and draw your doors in before you extrude your walls. This way you don’t have to go back and locate your doors after the fact. You can use the rectangle tool to come back in and create your door frames. ——- ————————————————– —————— PLEASE LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE More SketchUp tutorials and resources at Check Us Out On-Twitter-Facebook-Pinterest-.

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