Presented by: Jake Lott
May 11, 2018
10:00 AM Pacific Time
Are you getting more comfortable with SketchUp but wanting to take your skills to the next level? Join us for Part 2 of our SketchUp Basics webinar series. We'll go into the proper use of components and when to use groups, as well as a few other cool right-click options when dealing with objects in your drawing. You'll learn some techniques for working with lines and dividing into segments. We'll also cover more rotate and copy tools, along with how to use and modify your paint and texture options.
Do you use Rhinoceros (Rhino) and wish you could get your CAD tree and shrub design in there for some stunning visuals? Now you can. Land F/X has a plugin for Rhino that allows you to go back and forth between multiple platforms, making edits to all your production drawings seamlessly. This Power Tip shows you how to get started right now.
Tools to Make Your Capstone Projects Pop.
The end of the academic year is almost upon us, and that means many of you are looking for the best way to bring your landscape design capstone project to the next level with graphics in as little time as possible.
It's not too late to brush up on Land F/X and take advantage of our presentation tools. (After all, blood, sweat, and tears won't make for a great rendering.) Bring some trees into your base plan in minutes. Then transform your masterpiece using our instant Color Render and 3D Connection tools for SketchUp and Rhino. Finally, import your plan into Photoshop just for touch-ups. It'll look professional and communicate your vision clearly.
Photo Credit: Ben Baker (2018), BLA at Ball State University – made using Land F/X.
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Try our redesigned Support Page.
We've recently updated our Support page, making it much more user friendly and providing an intuitive interface for finding troubleshooting articles in our Knowledge Base. If you're seeing an error message or having another issue with the software, there's a good chance you can navigate to the solution, or find it in a search, and get back to work.