In this video, I talk about a method I’ve been using to quickly generate 3D models from 2D images in SketchUp! Learn to use the free tool Convertio to convert images to DXF files, then how to import those DXF files to SketchUp for modeling!
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0:00 – Introduction
0:14 – Learn SketchUp in the SketchUp Essentials Course!
0:57 – Example images and the “hard way” to create models from images
1:20 – Using Convertio to convert images to DXF Files
2:06 – Importing DXF files to SketchUp Pro
2:37 – Closing in faces and working with a simple model
3:00 – Closing faces in on a more complex model
4:09 – Complex model example
5:00 – Softening edges on extruded image for better results
5:38 – Learn SketchUp with the SketchUp Essentials Course