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Sketchup-ur-space Magazine - June 14

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Editor

A Letter to the desk of the Editor

We have put our step in the year 2014. We have seen lots of enhancements with sketchup in 2013. Lots of new plugins arrived to ease the 3d modeling process. Now the users are looking forward to get more advance features which should be included with sketchup in near future – Superior support for searching and setting up Ruby extensions, improved tools for drafting, superior tools compatible with rendering engines, faster application of the software on the large models and lots more.

So we are hopeful that the Trimble will drive sketchup to the next level in 2014.

The team of sketchup ur space is launching another spectacular edition of its magazine. In this issue our team has presented an exclusive cover story on sketchup highlighting the significant enhancements with sketchup in 2013 as well as introduction of various new rendering, animation, woodworking, 3d modeling plugins, addons, extensions.

In article section the team of sketchup ur space has presented an informative article useful for newbie and advanced level sketchup users. The article focuses on some fundamental & quick tips to speed up the modeling process of the software.

The tutorial section is enriched with 4(four) enlightening tutorials presented by Tim Killen, Zernan Suarez, Lee Wylde and Dylan Brown.

Tim Killen has over 35 years experience in Engineering & IT management. In his article Tim briefly explains how he utilizes sketchup in woodworking projects.

Zernan Suarez, a Professional Interior Designer cum 3D Visualizer for the past 10 years, has provided an exclusive tutorial through which he shows how to manage the intensity and shadows applying omni lights in vray for sketchup 1.48.91.

Lee Wylde, a leading architect and interior designer, has presented a tutorial that focuses on V-ray polar light. In this tutorial Lee shows how to apply HDRI and V-Ray Physical Cameras to set up a scene.

Dylan Brown, the most promising architect, has made a unique tutorial on sketchup that focuses on the steps of exporting a section cut from a SketchUp model to a 2D line drawing in AutoCAD.

In the blog and news section there will be some latest information on upcoming 3d modeling softwares and sketchup plugins.

Hope our readers will enjoy this issue and prove their valuable suggestions & feedbacks.

If you have any queries concerning publication, subscription, troubles navigating the site, please mail us at rajib@sketchup-ur-space.com

Best wishes
Rajib Dey
Editor
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