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  • monospaced0

    Our team just adopted and trained on SketchUp as the majority of what we do is create and design environments. Working with our vendors, sharing and building models, we have a repository of all the pieces they can rent us to quickly create accurate scenes for clients. It's incredibly easy to use, and with a decent rendering plug-in, outputs some really nice scenes. This makes using Photoshop seem archaic sometimes.

    • We also use Fusion 360 to build more detailed pieces, and we can import them into SketchUp.monospaced
    • are you able to share examples? I've been playing with Blender but not totally sold yetGnash
    • I haven't done much in Fusion, but it is pretty fucking rad, and extremely capable from what I can tell.monospaced
    • It's a million times easier than Blender, btw.monospaced
    • Sketchup and Blender/Fusion are for totally different things. Sketchup is for architectural size models. The others are for smaller.monospaced
    • Ya, I get that they have different uses (blender/fusion vs Sketchup). But i mentally lump the 3d stuff together (2d guy here)Gnash
    • -- im using blender mainly because it's open source and I can play for free.Gnash

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