The Grand Aquarium
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Very creative looking building. This project and the subject model, is a testament to the abilities of SketchUp and a few excellent Plugins (that everyone should have). Of course, the person doing the modeling must also have a solid understanding of SU's abilities and limitations (the latter of which can be counted on one hand likely !). It's a beautiful project and brilliant modeling. The step-by-step illustrations and explanations are greatly appreciated. However, I am a bit curious as to why the prototype was modeled with Clay rather than using a 3D Printer ? Is it due to the Cost of 3D Printing ? Clay is more Flexible and forgiving to work with ? i.e. easier to fine tune .. as well as being malleable. Very Inspiring Indeed. PS> I trust a "simplified" model has already been prepared for Google Earth ?
Wonderful project. Glad we were able to be your creative "neighbors" on this project. I'm planning to see it in person tonight!
@garnicaskate We exported .jpg images of the views from SketchUp, and then rendered over top of the images in Photoshop. All the digital painting and filtering was done in Photoshop. This is typical of how we create our presentation renderings. SketchUp lets us compose the views, so we can decide exactly what we want to show. And then we have crazy talented illustrators and artists who work their magic in Photoshop to create amazing renderings from these views. Thanks for the compliments!
Awesome awesome awesome presentation. Thanks for showing a good process on how to use Sketchup! I have often wondered how successful teams use it.
You put the color using photshop or is hand made (photo 13 &14)? I think is awesome!
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