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Sketchup For Beginners - How To Create Your First 3D House from Scratch With Sketchup (Part 4)

Alek Stanojevic, Every day is a new chance to learn a new skill!

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7 Videos (23m)
    • Introduction

    • How to Create the Porch Columns in 3D

    • How to Create the Porch Fence in 3D

    • How to Create the Roof in 3D

    • How to Add Materials to the 3D Model

    • How to Add Components from the 3D Warehouse

    • Before You Go... IMPORTANT!


About This Class


Sketchup Tutorial for Beginners (Part 4)

Dear friends,

Welcome to the 4th part of the course called Sketchup for Beginners – How to Create a Complete 3D House from Scratch Even If You’ve Never Done It Before!

In the third part of this course, you have learned:

  • how to create the ground, and
  • how to create the paving, the basement, the external walls, doors and windows in 3D

Besides that, you have learned how to use a lot of Sketchup tools.

In the fourth part of the course you will discover:

  • how to create the colums and the fence of the porch
  • how to create the roof
  • how to insert the car and trees from an external source
  • how to add colors and materials to the 3D elements

In order to draw the porch we will be using the drawing with its exact measurements, which you can download below (Right-Click + Save image as..):


So, if you’re ready to discover how to create all these new elements in Sketchup, click the blue ENROLL button and I’ll see you inside!



1. Sketchup Tutorial for Beginners (Part 1)

2. Sketchup Tutorial for Beginners (Part 2)

3. Sketchup Tutorial for Beginners (Part 3)

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Alek Stanojevic

Every day is a new chance to learn a new skill!

I love teaching people and doing it the right way. All classes and lessons I teach have one main goal: trying to keep it as simple as possible, so that the learners can acquire a skill with the least amount of effort.

If you are one of them, I would really like to know if I'm on the right path.

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