SketchUp 4.4 [Styles for Photoshop]

“Editing Styles for Photoshop/Illustrator Collages”


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  1. Follow SketchUp 4.5 [scenes] to create a saved view.
  2. With your SketchUp file open and your saved scene current, open the Styles tray.
  3. Select “HiddenLine” from the “Default Styles” list. (It should be the third on the top row). Turn off Shadows by navigating to View>Shadows… and unchecking the option. Turn off guides by selecting View>Guides.
  4. Navigate to File>Export>2D Graphic… Click the options button next to the “Format” dropdown list and change the width to be at least 2000 pixels wide. Select “Ok” and name your file and append “_lines” to the filename.[premium content]
  5. Now Click the edit button in the middle of the “Styles” window. Click the “Display in Hidden Line Mode” button and then click the “X-Ray” button.
  6. Use File>Export>2D Graphic… to save a .jpg of the scene. Append “_xray” to the file name.[premium content]
  7. Again in the styles window, Turn off Edges and Profiles. Turn on Guides by navigating to View>Guides…
  8. Navigate to File>Export>2D Graphic… Select “Ok” and name your file and append “_guides” to the filename.
  9. Navigate to View>Shadows… to turn on shadows. Select View>Guides… to turn off guides.
  10. Save your file using File>Export>2D Graphic… Select “Ok” and append “_shadows” to the filename.[premium content]
  11. Last, click the “Select” button in the Styles window and choose the “Pen Gray” style or any other similar style. Navigate to View>Shadows… to turn off the shadows.
  12. Use File>Export>2D Graphic… to save a .jpg of the scene. Append “_pen” to the filename.[premium content]

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