SketchUp Visualisations - 14th September
SketchUp Visualisations - 14th September
SketchUp Visualisations for PC | How to bring your sketchup model to life!
So you’ve spent hours and hours creating a detailed sketchup model of your clients project. It looks great, but you think it could be better and a lot more realistic. That’s where a rendering program comes in. Rendering is a separate software to sketchup alone but they are still connected. Let your hard work in sketchup really shine and impress your clients. When clients can clearly visualise the design and even managing the project is a lot easier when they know what the end result will look like.
No need to outsource this anymore and waste time going back and forth, it’s surprisingly easy and you’ll have fun doing this yourself. Join us to learn how.
There are three parts to this session;
1. Setting up a simple model that is provided with materials that will render well.
2. Learning how to use the rendering program.
3. Adding the finishing touches in photoshop.
You will learn how to enhance the materials in the model and create realistic bumpy, reflective or ceramic textures.
How to adjust lighting to create some gorgeous natural lighting effects.
How to export animations
How to use photoshop to enhance lighting effects and add realism.
You receive a file full of useful materials and components that render beautifully that you can use in your own projects.
A delicious pizza lunch (please advise of dietary requirements), wine (let’s get creative!) and complementary all-day tea and refreshments from our apartment kitchen.
This session is perfect for:
Interior designers that have a good knowledge of sketchup but want to create realistic views.
Those that have already attended our ‘sketchup intermediate’ session (although not a requirement)
Busy designers that want hands-on tutorials and enjoy learning with a small group of other like-minded designers.
You should already know how to use sketchup and navigate in the 3D interface, how to group, scale, rotate, copy and move. You’ll already be able to build rooms, insert windows and doors and use the 3D Warehouse. You’ll know how to import custom materials and adapt components from the 3D Warehouse.
You’ll have a basic knowledge of photoshop, know how to open a file, use the move and transform tool and save the image.
Once you have a spot in this session, you will be given the details of the software to download. It has a free 14 day trial and is only available on PC.
Min PC specs required (applicable to all rendering software for PC)
-The computer must have Windows 7 or Windows 10
-intel i3 or i5 processor / AMD -8gb RAM. -Sketchup make (free). -No integrated graphics card.
10am to 4pm.
Location: The Apartment by Sisalla, Level 1, 409 Chapel Street, South Yarra (access via Snowball Lane)
Please Note: This event requires a minimum of 6 attendees to run. If we do not meet this minimum amount, the event will not run and all paid ticket holders at that point will be fully refunded.
What I need bring into the event?
Working digitally is essential to this course.
A lap-top, charger cords and a mouse with a middle toggle.
Note pad, you will want to take lots of notes.
Please pre-install SketchUp software prior to session. Please contact me prior session if you need assistance.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Sure, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0408 838 138
What's the refund policy?
Tickets are non-refundable. Please double, triple check your dates and make arrangements prior to purchasing tickets. Names on tickets are transferable up to 7 days prior to the event. Please contact us via email email@example.com for assistance.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Not to worry, we can tick off your name.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
We are located near the Prahran Market where there is a carpark you can park for the day, check their fees. The Chapel Street tram comes past, we are near the Commercial Road intersection. Walking distance to Prahran or Hawksburn Station. Advice not to park on the streets nearby as parking inspectors are everywhere!