Note:  The following is still a work in progress… it is an adaptation of Assembly 10.8 [Plans from Rhino] Open your “finished” model in Rhino. Use File>Save As… to save a copy of your file as you will make irreversable…

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Open your “finished” model in Rhino. Use File>Save As… to save a copy of your file as you will make irreversible changes to your model. Switch to an elevation view of your building.  This can be one of the standard…

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Open your “finished” model in Rhino. Use File>Save As… to save a copy of your file as you will make irreversable changes to your model. Draw a large horizontal plane 4’ above the finished floor of your model. Make sure…

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A135 Lecture 26: SketchUp/Photoshop (Plans) from Grant Adams on Vimeo. Note:  The following tutorial is in progress and not finished/polished.  I’ve posted the raw images/text to help with your exercises.  Please see the video for more information. Create a plan…

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SketchUp & Photoshop Sections Once you have a complete model in SketchUp, follow SketchUp 4.2 [sectioncutface.rbz] to install the SectionCutFace.rb script. Use the Section Plane tool to establish a section on your model.  Right click on the section plane and…

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Follow SketchUp Tutorial 4.4 to export images for Photoshop editing.  You should have at least the images shown below: SketchUp lines only: SketchUp shadows only: SketchUp x-ray on: SketchUp Grey Pen: Now open the SketchUp lines file in Adobe Photoshop.…

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Assembly 10.1 [Vectorworks to Illustrator] “Vectorworks to Illustrator (Plans)” Begin with your design in Vectorworks.  You should have your design complete and be ready to export to .pdf. Navigate to the Navigation Palette (Window>Palettes>Navigation) and select the “Design Layers” tab.…

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