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ArielVision Rendering package for SketchUp

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ArielVision is a low-cost, easy-to-use, renderer for Google SketchUp. ArielVision uses sun, sky, shadows, lights, transparency and reflections to create Photorealistic renderings from SketchUp models at an affordable price.

Isolate Selection

This is script is based on invert selection written by TIG, I just add a little function to hide selection.

Installation n using :

1. Put the script in the sketchup plugins directory (ex : C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Google SketchUp 8\Plugins)

2. Restart the sketchup if it ran, fire up sketch and select any object, you'll find it in right click menu.

3. just right click, invert selection

4. To unhide all object, just using unhide all/last from sketch up function, you know how to do it right ?

Best regard

Fajar

Credit to TIG - Invert Selection

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HDRi Skies

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Exterior Scene with HDRi Sky

 

HDRi Skies and backgrounds provide a full, 360 degree, image used for the visual background, as well as lighting and reflections. See: HDRi Skies

Sketchy Shadows Tutorial

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Sketchy Shadows Tutorial - How to create Sketchy Shadows with SketchUp and NprTools.

Use images and textures for faster rendering

Shadow Analysis

Shadow Analysis is a simple tool for analyzing daylight conditions. Analysis are presented in the form of colorful pictures - difernt colors donote different amount of exposure to sun light. Shadow Analysis was created to help architects understand daylight conditions in dense urban area and provide them with a tool for designing better, more sustainable buildings and urban spaces.

RPS Plugins released for SketchUp 8

All 3 RPS plugins are now available for SketchUp 8

Basic Editing Features in RpTools

The basic functions of RpTools make it easy to perform edits on components, or any set of selected items, using Wizards to enter precise dimensions and Arrow Icons to specify the direction or orientation o fthe edit.

Move

Move Wizard for RpTools .

The Move Wizard is useful for more exact positioning.

In this example, we want to move an component exactly 3' along the red axis.

Exporting Masks from SketchUp Models for Use in Photoshop

Lewis Wadsworth explains in simple terms what masks are. So, now that you've got your head around what masking is, as far as a digital image is concerned, you are probably wondering what this has to do with SketchUp. Read Lewis's latest tutorial and find out more!

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