This 3-hour class is designed for beginners in SketchUp with little to no prior experience with 3D modeling. In this class, you will learn 3D navigation, drawing fundamentals, and model organization. Design it, make it — and continue your SketchUp education with confidence after this hands-on class.
Don't own SketchUp?
No problem. A temporary SketchUp Pro license will be provided to all students who attend this class.
- Participants will learn to navigate the SketchUp modeling environment efficiently.
- Participants will learn to create 3D models using SketchUp’s basic toolset.
- Participants will learn to modify 3D models using SketchUp’s modification tools.
- Participants will learn how to customize 3D models using colors and textures.
- Participants will learn how to utilize 3D Warehouse and Extension Warehouse.
Hardware and Software Requirements
- Knowledge of an operating system and basic computer navigation is required.
- Bring your own laptop, charger, and any adapters you might need. Laptops are required for our hands-on class.
- Bring a 3-button, scroll-wheel mouse. You may or may not use one in the future, but trust us: a 3-button mouse is the best way to learn SketchUp.
- Like many computer programs, SketchUp Pro requires certain hardware and software specifications in order to install and run.
- Minimum hardware requirements:
- 1 GHz processor
- 4GB RAM
- 500MB of free hard-disk space
- 3D class video card with 512 MB of memory or higher and support for hardware acceleration.
- Please ensure that the video card driver supports OpenGL 3.0 or higher and is up to date.
- To learn more about hardware requirements, visit: Sketchup Hardware and Software Requirements
About your teacher
Name: Josh Reilly
Josh's SketchUp journey began with the transition from building physical architectural models in college to spinning them around in pixelated 3D circa 2004. Josh has used SketchUp in small design firms and for a variety of industries as a 3D visualization consultant. He originally joined the SketchUp team at Google in 2008 and later re-joined with Trimble in 2013. Since then, Josh has been part of the Knowledge, Marketing, and Sales teams. He is currently a Sales Engineer and SketchUp Instructor.