Crash Course: Sketchup - Diego Orlandi
Sketchup is a very intuitive and useful 3D-modelling tool for visual artists. Its most unique attribute is its simplicity, as it can easily also run on outdated or low-performance computers and virtually anything can be modelled out of it. Of course, a powerful computer will grant even more modelling capacity. In this course you can learn useful tips and shortcuts first-hand from a docent who has used this software for multiple purposes - from abstract geometries to infrastructural engineering.
- Preparation of installation room for future exhibitions
- Animated walk-throughs
- Concept geometries
This software can be especially crucial when working under deadline for making very fast conceptual models, but also for in-depth detail or very large models, thanks to low usage of computer memory. Additional plugins or software can be applied when carrying out rendering and post-production work in order to achieve the best visual quality output. The software is freeware, and can be downloaded here.
Please bring a laptop and a mouse with a cogwheel (Maus mit Rad), and have software already installed and running.
The course will be carried out in English, by a bilingual German speaker Diego Orlandi.
4 applications needed
This program is supported by funds of the European Social Fund (ESF)
These subsidies are the basis for low participation fees and for the lecturers’ fees.
Therefore, prior to the event each participant must provide
some personal information, confirmed with a signature.
A multiple-choice test is an integral part for the ESF-evaluation purposes.
All your data are subject to data protection and passed on depersonalised to the
responsible ESF administration in order to fulfil the evaluation and reporting obligations.