SketchUp Tutorial – Circles and Segments
Quick SketchUp tutorial on editing the number of segments for a circle.
The One and Only SketchUp
I’ve never professed to being a SketchUp ‘expert’. I’m far from it (but my mate, Dave is. He’s freakin awesome. Hi Dave! Check out some of his awesomeness here). But I’m definitely not a ‘beginner’, so I guess I’m at an ‘intermediate’ level. There’s lots of functions within the SketchUp interface that I’ve still […]
Technical Drawing or Work of Art?
Unfortunately I’m very aware of the skill, patience and precision that is required to produce accurate technical drawings by hand. Whilst completing my Diploma in Interior Design I was required to learn the ‘art’ of technical drawing and I quickly learned that I wasn’t a fan of technical drawing the ‘old fashioned’ way. It was […]
The Mysterious World of CAD – Top Tips
I get asked questions quite often about how I produce my 3D Visuals and the CAD applications I use in general. So consider this my quick guide to what you should know about various CAD applications for the interior design industry; based on my experience to date. 1. SketchUp is your friend. No really, it is. If […]
Finally! The Big Reveal
Without further ado, it gives me great pleasure to finally post snippets of my research work, the technical aspects of my work and the renders that I created in support of the various design concepts for this space.
The CAD Chronicles
My new found skills and knowledge of various CAD software applications and in particular photo-realistic rendering, has really surprised me. I get my biggest sense of achievement from teaching myself all of this stuff.
The Exquisite Pain of AutoCAD
I’ve had a number of dysfunctional relationships in my time but my relationship with AutoCAD is by far the most dysfunctional. I’ve had the pleasure and delight (serious use of sarcasm here) of devising Schematic plans for the current module of my Degree and in order to present them in a professional manner, I decided to use AutoCAD.