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Planting Documentation

Welcome to our Planting documentation section. Here, you'll learn all about how to create a planting design, from building your palette to placing and labeling plants, checking for errors, calculating plant quantities and placing schedules, turning your plan into a presentation, and customizing everything to do with planting.

Resources for Planting

Power Tips

We offer a complete plant library, smart plant blocks and hatches ready to use, plus the ability to count and label plants automatically and create schedules in a few clicks. This Power Tip will show you everything you need to get started – all in three minutes.

Want to see other two- or three-minute planting videos? Check out our planting Power Tip videos.

PDF (download & print)

 

Webinars

Want to go more in depth? We provide free hourlong training sessions on almost every topic related to our software. Browse our planting webinars.

 

  • Planting F/X Setup: If you're trying to make Planting F/X work with your firm's existing style standards, this webinar is for you. (58 min)
  • Getting Started with Planting F/X: We'll give you a full tour of our F/X Planting ribbon, covering everything from adding, placing, and labeling plants to error checking, scheduling, and turning on our quick render tools. (1 hr)
  • Modular Planting Design: If you’re trying to design with plant communities, have you tried using the plant mix tools in our Concept Plant Manager? Tune in to see how these tools simplify this planting design process dramatically – including the details. (1 hr 1 min)
  • Excel With The Right Tools: No matter how much you can accomplish in AutoCAD, sometimes MS Excel can do the job better. We’ll give you some examples of how Excel can improve your design process by adding everything from shade analysis reports to MAWA calculations and in-depth watering schedules. (1 hr 5 min)
  • Excel With The Right Tools Part 2: Now that we've gone over the basics of what MS Excel can do for you, join us for a more detailed look into the capabilities of this powerful application, including named ranges, templates and reusable macros, and more. (1 hr 5 min)
  • Land F/X Admin & Setup: This webinar will show you what you need to know about Land F/X admin processes and project setup. (1 hr 1 min)
  • Common Land F/X Questions: Ready to learn something new about Land F/X? This webinar covers some of our lesser-known tools that can help reduce a two-week drafting process to just days. (1 hr)
  • Concept Planting Tools: Learn all about this valuable set of tools, which allow you to set up an initial planting plan – even before you’ve built your palette. (1 hr 1 min)
  • Setting up Templates and Preferences for Repeat Clients: To save time and increase your accuracy, learn how to deliver a consistent drawing package for your repeat clients by setting up project templates and Preference Sets. (50 min)
  • Webinars covering presentation techniques using other software: We're always happy to provide helpful webinars on using Photoshop and other image rendering platforms in your design process to bring your plan to the next level. Here are a few:
    • Creating an Exploded Isometric Projection: Exploded isometric projections are great tools for separating the different landscape layer elements while still conveying how they relate to each other. Join us for a workflow demonstration on creating these graphics so you can really impress anyone viewing your project. (48 min)
    • Rock Out With Your Block Out: We’ve formulated a workflow that incorporates Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator along with AutoCAD to create custom block content. Learn how to transform an image into a polished, optimized, and unique block for your library. (1 hr 5 min)
    • Digital Painting Techniques in Photoshop: We take a plain CAD drawing created with Land F/X and turn it into a rendered spectacle. Working with Photoshop and a drawing tablet, we make the plan look as if it were created using traditional art media such as watercolors and markers. (1 hr 15 min)
    • Superimposing a Landscape Plan onto Existing Site Photos: Photoshop makes it easy to overlay your design within existing site photos. Check out this webinar for tips on how to create these photo mashups. (1 hr 5 min)
    • Using Photoshop in Post-Production Renderings: We'll introduce you to the fine art of fine-tuning your drawing in Photoshop. (1 hr 12 min)
    • Using Photoshop in Post-Production Renderings Part 2: We begin with a lesson on translating hand-drawn graphics into digital form, optimizing them for digital production in Photoshop on the way to creating your own library of custom symbols and graphics for use in your CAD plans. You’ll then learn some helpful techniques for using photos and textures to create a more realistic-looking plan. (58 min)
    • Using Photoshop in Post-Production Renderings Part 3: Learn some essential techniques for rendering supplementary graphics for landscape design. We show you how to create an elevation drawing in Land F/X and enhance the graphics in Photoshop, then move on to a demonstration of how to set up a scene in SketchUp and then use it as a base for creating an effective perspective rendering with Photoshop. (1 hr 11 min)
    • Landscape Architecture Photography: Composition, Light and People: Follow along with guest presenter Sahar Coston-Hardy, a professional landscape architecture photographer who has worked for award-winning firms and been featured in Landscape Architecture Magazine, as she outlines the fundamentals of getting the perfect shot of your design. (1 hr)
    • Creating Animations in Photoshop and SketchUp: Tune in to this week’s webinar for a demonstration on how you can set up your SketchUp model for an animated walkthrough. Additionally, we demonstrate setting up an animation in Photoshop to enhance the experience. (42 min)
    • Intro to Landscape Design Photography Part 1: While a professional photographer can be worth the cost, you may be interested in taking dynamic photos of your own designs. We're here to help feed that DIY spirit. (47 min)
    • Intro to Landscape Design Photography Part 2: Post Processing: Post process work is almost a necessity when it comes to modern digital photography. We'll dive into post processing techniques in Photoshop so that you can get the best from your photos. (59 min)
    • SketchUp webinars: We also have a whole section of webinars on 3D design using SketchUp. Browse our SketchUp webinars.

 

 

Customize Planting to Your Standards

Get started using Land F/X to enforce and even evolve your CAD standards.

 

View our Customization Overview section: Build your office standards from the ground up, or use our customization tools to enforce your existing office standards.

 

 

Set Your Preferences
  • Planting Preferences: Select styles for your plant labels, plant codes, and more.
    This article includes a video.
  • Plant Sizes Preferences: Control the contents of your Plant Schedules.
    This article includes a video.
  • Text Styles (Fonts): Fine-tune the fonts and point sizes in your labels and schedules.
  • Preference Set: Store and save your office standards in one central location, known as a Preference Set. Create a different Preference Set for each client, project type, region ... it's all up to you.
    This article includes a video.

 

Customize Your Plant Symbols and Groundcover Hatches

 

Customize Your Plant Labels

 

Customize Your Plant Schedules
  • Format your Plant Schedules exactly how you want them, and include as much or as little information as you like.
    This article includes a video.
  • Plant Schedule examples: Get a sample of the variety of Plant Schedule formats you can generate.
    This article includes a video.
  • Customize your schedule text: Configure the Schedule Title and Schedule Text styles to meet your standard for schedules.
  • User-defined data fields: Create your own custom data columns for your Plant Schedules.
  • Send schedules to a spreadsheet: Did you know you can send Plant Schedules to a spreadsheet for further editing? Here's how.
    This article includes a video.
  • Schedules Uppercase: Choose whether or not your schedules will appear in all uppercase (capital) letters.
  • Schedule Integration: Configure how numerals appear in your drawings, including choosing a currency setting for monetary amounts.
  • Schedule Integration: Use this tool to automatically send your Plant Schedules directly to another service provider – for instance, your company’s estimating and invoicing system.

 

And Don't Forget

 

Webinars
  • Planting F/X Setup: If you're trying to make Planting F/X work with your firm's existing style standards, this webinar is for you. (58 min)
  • Rock Out With Your Block Out: We’ve formulated a workflow that incorporates Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator along with AutoCAD to create custom block content. Learn how to transform an image into a polished, optimized, and unique block for your library. (1 hr 5 min)
  • Transitioning to Land F/X: If you’re thinking about introducing Land F/X into your office, this webinar is the perfect place to start. We'll show you how to set up your first design project and how to use our software to improve your office standards. (1 hr 2 min)
  • Customize for Office Color Standards: This webinar covers the necessary tools and techniques for a black belt in the art of office standards – from CTB plotting files to valuable Land F/X tools that enable instant layer color conversions and office color setup. (1 hr 2 min)
  • Customizing Land F/X: Learn how to work with specific blocks, layer names, sheet protocols, and other distinct elements that make up your firm’s practices and preferences. (1 hr 3 min)
  • Setting up Templates and Preferences for Repeat Clients: To save time and increase your accuracy, learn how to deliver a consistent drawing package for your repeat clients by setting up project templates and Preference Sets. (50 min)
  • Browse our planting webinars

 

Set Up a Project

It's important to set up a new project for each new job you start.

 

Quick videos

How to start a Project in Land F/X

 

Scale/ Align Images, PDFs, and Linework

 

Articles
  • Starting a new Land F/X project: Your first step when using Land F/X.
    This article includes a video.
  • Setting the scale: Your second step when using Land F/X. We make it incredibly easy!
    This article includes a video.
  • Drawing and sheet setup: Using multiple drawings in a sheet set? Do it the right way.
    This article includes a video.
  • Clean your drawings: Drawing corruption can ruin your day. Prevent it by keeping your drawings clean.
    This article includes a video.

 

Webinars
  • Land F/X Admin & Setup: This webinar will show you what you need to know about Land F/X admin processes and project setup. (1 hr 1 min)
  • Transitioning to Land F/X: If you’re thinking about introducing Land F/X into your office, this webinar is the perfect place to start. We'll show you how to set up your first design project and how to use our software to improve your office standards. (1 hr 2 min)
  • Working With Scale: Proper scale practice is not only essential to Land F/X but to the entire fields of landscape and irrigation design. In this webinar, we do some scale troubleshooting and show you when and how to use scaling techniques such as splitting your drawing into different scales, scaling details, and changing the scale of your entire drawing. (1 hr 4 min)
  • Browse our planting webinars

 

 

Add (Specify) Plants

Choose from more than 24,000 plants. Add plants you your Land F/X project, and assign data to your plant symbol blocks.

 

Quick videos

Planting Tools in 3 minutes

 

Import Plant

 

Converting Concept Plants to Regular Plants

 

Articles
  • Plant Manager: Your one-stop shop for adding, editing, and placing plants.
    This article includes a video.
  • Dock the Plant Manager to keep adding and editing plants while still being able to work in your plan.
  • Add plants: To specify the plants you'll use in a design, add those plants to your Land F/X project.
    This article includes a video.
  • Same plant, different sizes, codes, or symbols: Need to add different versions of the same plant? Here's how.
  • Select plant symbols: Assign each of your project plants with its own symbol block to represent it in your drawing.
    This article includes a video.
  • Flats, sods, and seeds: Spec your groundcovers in the exact form you need for each project.
  • Edit plants: Make changes to the data assigned to any of your plants.
    This article includes a video.
  • Add plants: To specify the plants you'll use in a design, add those plants to your Land F/X project.
    This article includes a video.
  • Add a plant to our master plant database: Don't see a plant you want to use in our list of plants? Just add it!
  • Natural Spacing: Learn about our unique mathematically formulated groundcover spacing pattern.
  • Import plants: Do you find yourself using the same plants across multiple projects? Learn how to import plants from projects or templates.
    This article includes a video.
  • Seed or plant mixes: Need to create a mix of seeds or plant species? Use our Concept Plant Manager.

 

Webinars
  • Getting Started with Planting F/X:We'll give you a full tour of our F/X Planting ribbon, covering everything from adding, placing, and labeling plants to error checking, scheduling, and turning on our quick render tools. (1 hr)
  • Setting up Templates and Preferences for Repeat Clients: To save time and increase your accuracy, learn how to deliver a consistent drawing package for your repeat clients by setting up project templates and Preference Sets. (50 min)
  • Using Plant Templates: Project templates are focused and reusable palettes of your most frequently specified plants. This intermediate-level webinar will cover the best workflow for customizing templates. (1 hr 1 min)
  • Browse our planting webinars

 

Concept Landscape Design

If you want, you can sketch out your planting design before you even build your palette. Our Concept Planting tool allows you to place plants as conceptual "design groups" of trees, shrubs, and groundcovers. You can then transform your Concept Plants into actual plant varieties later. You can also use this tool to place seed, sod, and plant mixes.

 

Quick videos

Concept Plant Tools in 3 Minutes

 

Plant Mixes

 

Articles
  • Concept Plant Manager: Add Concept Plants to your project.
  • Seed, sod, and plant mixes: Create a mix of multiple seeds, sods, or plant species.
    This article includes a video.
  • Place Concept Plants or mixes: Ready to use your Concept Plants? Place them in your drawing.
    This article includes a video.
  • Label your Concept Plants: Ready to label your concept plan? Just use our plant labeling tools.
  • Concept Plant Schedule: List all your Concept Plants and mixes, complete with plant quantities or areas.
    This article includes a video.
  • Convert Concept Plants into project plants: Ready to start building your actual plant palette? Don't start from scratch – replace Concept Plants in your drawing with the actual plants you want to use.
    This article includes a video.
  • Import Concept Plants from a project or Template: You don't need to build the same palette of Concept Plants and mixes for each new project. Save time and tedium by importing them from other projects.
    This article includes a video.
  • P-Hatch (PHATCH): Use this handy tool to modify or expand an existing Concept groundcover or Shrub Area hatch in your drawing. Plant quantities within the hatched region will update automatically based on its new square area.

 

Webinars
  • Concept Planting Tools: Learn all about this valuable set of tools, which allow you to set up an initial planting plan – even before you’ve built your palette. (1 hr 1 min)
  • Modular Planting Design: If you’re trying to design with plant communities, have you tried using the plant mix tools in our Concept Plant Manager? Tune in to see how these tools simplify this planting design process dramatically – including the details. (1 hr 1 min)
  • Getting Started with Planting F/X: We'll give you a full tour of our F/X Planting ribbon, covering everything from adding, placing, and labeling plants to error checking, scheduling, and turning on our quick render tools. (1 hr)
  • Browse our planting webinars

 

Place Plants

Place your plants in seconds. 

 

Quick videos
 

Paint Mode

 

Copy Along Path Tools

 

Placing Plants: The Basics
  • Plant Manager: Here's where to start. Browse through a list of the plants you've specified, and place each one.
    This article includes a video.
  • Groundcover and Shrub Area spacing: Dial in the density of your groundcovers or Shrub Areas to achieve the plant quantity or area you want.
  • Placing plants: Learn the essential steps and techniques for placing your project plants in your drawings.
  • Redefine Block: Does a plant not look quite right after you place it? Is the color or linework off, for example? That plant's source file may have been customized, but the plant is still defined as its old version in your drawing. Use this tool to transform the plant symbol to the correct saved version.

 

Specialized Tools for Placing Plants

We offer a variety of useful and time-saving tools for placing plants:

  • Generic Plants: Not ready to place "smart" plants yet? Sketch out your design with our generic plant symbol blocks, then use Match Properties to turn them into project plants later.
  • Match Properties: Pull the data associated with one plant and apply it to other plants in your drawing.
    This article includes a video.
  • Plant Mirror: Place a mirror image of an existing group of plants.
    This article includes a video.
  • Copy plants along a path: Choose a polyline, line, or arc, setting your desired spacing along the way.
    This article includes a video.
  • XCOPY: Run the copy portion of the AutoCAD MOCORO command to copy a grouping of selected plants and/or labels and place duplicates of that grouping. 
    This article includes a video.
  • XCORO: Run the copy and rotate portions of the AutoCAD MOCORO command to copy a grouping of selected plants and place duplicates of that grouping rotated to your needs. 
    This article includes a video.
  • Drive game: Get on-the-road training on our keyboard commands for copying plants by playing this fun game from within any DWG drawing.
  • Xhair Angle: "Snap" plants to a specific crosshair angle in your drawing.
    This article includes a video.
  • Array Plants: Arrange plants in a triangular or square array.
    This article includes a video.
  • Match Plant: Assign the data from one plant in your drawing to another.
    This article includes a video.
  • Exclude Shrubs: Place a groundcover or Shrub Area hatch without adding the hatch to the individual trees or shrubs within that planting area.
    This article includes a video.
  • Paint Mode: "Paint" multiple plants into your drawing at once with a sweep of your mouse.
    This article includes a video.
  • Plant Shotgun: Achieve rapid-fire plant placement. Use keyboard commands to place specific numbers and patterns of plants, and toggle between several planting tools on the fly.
    This article includes a video.
  • Drive game: Get on-the-road training on our keyboard commands for placing plants by playing this fun game from within any DWG drawing.
  • Change Plant: Quickly swap out one plant for another in your drawing.
  • Import CSV: Instantly place plants at the locations of given data points in your drawings using a comma separated values (CSV) file.
  • P-Hatch (PHATCH): Use this handy tool to modify or expand an existing groundcover or Shrub Area hatch in your drawing. Plant quantities within the hatched region will update automatically based on its new square area.

 

Webinars

 

Label Plants

Label your plants with completely customizable callout styles. Match your office standards for font and label styles.  

 

Quick videos

Customizing Plant Labels

 

Working with Plant Label Scales

 

Articles
  • Label plants in Model Space.
    This article includes a video.
  • Quick labeling tools:
  • Move plant labels after placing them. Learn the proper way to move your labels around without losing their associations with the plants they're calling out.
    This article includes a video.
  • Updated plant label styles (2019): We updated our plant label styles, adding multileader (MLeader) styles to go along with our block syles, which we also updated. Here's how these label styles work, and how to get them.
    This article includes a video.
  • Make plant labels invisible for one plant type for a presentation or another purpose. You can easily make them visible again.
  • Verify Plant Labels: Error check your entire planting plan. It's our most popular tool!
    This article includes a video.
  • Label Plants in Paper Space for an even more decluttered plan.
  • Plant Photo Callouts: Fire an automatic online images search for a photo of a plant in your drawing, then call out that plant using the photo. You can also browse to your own plant photos to use in the callouts.
    This article includes a video.
  • Redefine Block: Does a plant label not look quite right after you place it? Is the color or linework off, or does it have the wrong attributes, for example? That callout's source file may have been customized, but the callout is still defined as its old version in your drawing. Use this tool to transform the callout to the correct saved version.

 

Webinars

 

Edit & Revise

With our editing tools, revisions are quick, easy, and intuitive. Be right 100% of the time!

 

Quick videos

Existing Tree Massing

 

Quickly Move Plants to Unique Layers

 

Articles
  • Verify Plant Labels: Do a complete error check of all labels in your plan. This tool will be your best friend.
    This article includes a video.
  • Edit plant information using our Block Data/View/Edit tool.
    This article includes a video.
  • Change Plant: Quickly swap out one plant for another.
  • Highlight Plant: Locate all instances of a single plant variety in your drawing with one click.
    This article includes a video.
  • POLYDIVIDE: Instantly divide a planting area into up to 10 equal sections.
  • P-Hatch (PHATCH): Use this handy tool to modify or expand an existing groundcover or Shrub Area hatch in your drawing. Plant quantities within the hatched region will update automatically based on its new square area.

 

Webinars

 

Plant Schedules

Create a schedule in three clicks! Our Plant Schedule tool offers a wide assortment of customization options.

 

Quick videos

Planting Tools in 3 minutes

 

Articles
  • Plant Schedules: Learn everything you need to know about creating and placing a Plant Schedule.
    This article includes a video.
  • Plant Schedule destination: Place a Plant Schedule directly in your drawing, in table format, or in a spreadsheet.
    This article includes a video.
  • Associate details with plants and list the details in your Plant Schedule.
  • Work Areas: Create a "drawing within a drawing" so you can:
    This article includes a video.
    • Limit your Plant Schedule to one area of your plan, or
    • Place multiple schedules showing different areas or phases.

 

Webinars
  • Using Work Areas: Whether you need to separate out phases in your schedules or show an area at a different scale and viewing angle, you need to know how to manipulate a Work Area. (1 hr 2 min)
  • Excel With The Right Tools: No matter how much you can accomplish in AutoCAD, sometimes MS Excel can do the job better. We’ll give you some examples of how Excel can improve your design process by adding everything from shade analysis reports to MAWA calculations and in-depth watering schedules. (1 hr 5 min)
  • Excel With The Right Tools Part 2: Now that we've gone over the basics of what MS Excel can do for you, join us for a more detailed look into the capabilities of this powerful application, including named ranges, templates and reusable macros, and more. (1 hr 5 min)
  • Getting Started with Planting F/X: We'll give you a full tour of our F/X Planting ribbon, covering everything from adding, placing, and labeling plants to error checking, scheduling, and turning on our quick render tools. (1 hr)
  • Browse our planting webinars

 

Presentation Tools

Need to present your design to a client? Dress up your planting plan using our powerful graphic and presentation tools.

 

Quick videos

Create a Custom Color Plant Symbol

 

Photo Callouts

 

Articles
  • Plan Graphics: Choose generic site amenities from our extensive library of plan-view blocks.
    This article includes a video.
  • Reference Notes: Use this powerful tool to place "smart" site amenities or hardscaping hatches.
    This article includes a video.
  • Plant Photo Callouts: Take your labeling to the next level. This tool does an automatic image search online for photos of the plant you want to callout. Or browse to your own photos.
    This article includes a video.
  • Color Render: Add color to your plant symbols and hatches.
    This article includes a video.
  • Plant Outlines: Add definition to your planting areas.
    This article includes a video.
  • Plant Shadows: Lend some depth to your planting design.
  • 3D Connection: Bring your design from CAD to a 3D model and back again. Data stays attached to all your plants and site amenities.
    This article includes a video.

 

Webinars
  • Getting Started with Planting F/X: We'll give you a full tour of our F/X Planting ribbon, covering everything from adding, placing, and labeling plants to error checking, scheduling, and turning on our quick render tools. (1 hr)
  • Using Presentation Graphics: This webinar provides "from-the-basics" looks at some of our presentation graphics tools, such as Plant Color Render, Site Color, and 3D Connection. (58 min)
  • Webinars covering presentation techniques using other software: We're always happy to provide helpful webinars on using Photoshop and other image rendering platforms in your design process to bring your plan to the next level. Here are a few:
    • Creating an Exploded Isometric Projection: Exploded isometric projections are great tools for separating the different landscape layer elements while still conveying how they relate to each other. Join us for a workflow demonstration on creating these graphics so you can really impress anyone viewing your project. (48 min)
    • Rock Out With Your Block Out: We’ve formulated a workflow that incorporates Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator along with AutoCAD to create custom block content. Learn how to transform an image into a polished, optimized, and unique block for your library. (1 hr 5 min)
    • Digital Painting Techniques in Photoshop: We take a plain CAD drawing created with Land F/X and turn it into a rendered spectacle. Working with Photoshop and a drawing tablet, we make the plan look as if it were created using traditional art media such as watercolors and markers. (1 hr 15 min)
    • Superimposing a Landscape Plan onto Existing Site Photos: Photoshop makes it easy to overlay your design within existing site photos. Check out this webinar for tips on how to create these photo mashups. (1 hr 5 min)
    • Using Photoshop in Post-Production Renderings: We'll introduce you to the fine art of fine-tuning your drawing in Photoshop. (1 hr 12 min)
    • Using Photoshop in Post-Production Renderings Part 2: We begin with a lesson on translating hand-drawn graphics into digital form, optimizing them for digital production in Photoshop on the way to creating your own library of custom symbols and graphics for use in your CAD plans. You’ll then learn some helpful techniques for using photos and textures to create a more realistic-looking plan. (58 min)
    • Using Photoshop in Post-Production Renderings Part 3: Learn some essential techniques for rendering supplementary graphics for landscape design. We show you how to create an elevation drawing in Land F/X and enhance the graphics in Photoshop, then move on to a demonstration of how to set up a scene in SketchUp and then use it as a base for creating an effective perspective rendering with Photoshop. (1 hr 11 min)
    • Landscape Architecture Photography: Composition, Light and People: Follow along with guest presenter Sahar Coston-Hardy, a professional landscape architecture photographer who has worked for award-winning firms and been featured in Landscape Architecture Magazine, as she outlines the fundamentals of getting the perfect shot of your design. (1 hr)
    • Creating Animations in Photoshop and SketchUp: Tune in to this week’s webinar for a demonstration on how you can set up your SketchUp model for an animated walkthrough. Additionally, we demonstrate setting up an animation in Photoshop to enhance the experience. (42 min)
    • Intro to Landscape Design Photography Part 1: While a professional photographer can be worth the cost, you may be interested in taking dynamic photos of your own designs. We're here to help feed that DIY spirit. (47 min)
    • Intro to Landscape Design Photography Part 2: Post Processing: Post process work is almost a necessity when it comes to modern digital photography. We'll dive into post processing techniques in Photoshop so that you can get the best from your photos. (59 min)
    • SketchUp webinars: We also have a whole section of webinars on 3D design using SketchUp. Browse our SketchUp webinars.
  • Browse our planting webinars

 

Bring Your Design into 3D: SketchUp, Rhino, Revit

Translate your 2D CAD designs into 3D SketchUp, Rhinocerous (Rhino), or Revit!

 

 

Articles

 

Webinars
  • 3D Connection Basics for SketchUp: This webinar will show you how to use the Land F/X 3D connection tool to integrate your CAD design into a working 3D model. (1 hr 3 min)
  • SketchUp Basics: This webinar will introduce you to 3D modeling in SketchUp, giving you a basic understanding of some of the most important tools and concepts you need to use SketchUp for your designs. (1 hr 3 min)
  • SketchUp Basics Part 2: In Part 2 of our SketchUp Basics webinar series, we go into the proper use of components and groups, right-click options, working with lines and dividing into segments, rotate and copy tools, and the paint and texture options. (1 hr 3 min)
  • Browse our planting webinars

 

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