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Part I: Getting Started with SketchUp.
Chapter 1: Meeting Google SketchUp.
Chapter 2: Establishing the Modeling Mind-set.
Chapter 3: Getting Off to a Running Start.
Part II: Modeling in SketchUp.
Chapter 4: Building Buildings.
Chapter 5: Keeping Your Model Organized.
Chapter 6: Going Beyond Buildings.
Chapter 7: Modeling with Photographs.
Part III: Viewing Your Model in Different Ways.
Chapter 8: Changing Your Model’s Appearance withStyles.
Chapter 9: Working with Light and Shadow.
Chapter 10: Presenting Your Model Inside SketchUp.
Part IV: Sharing What You’ve Made.
Chapter 11: Working with Google Earth and the 3D Warehouse.
Chapter 12: Printing Your Work.
Chapter 13: Exporting Images and Animations.
Chapter 14: Exporting to CAD, Illustration, and Other ModelingSoftware.
Chapter 15: Creating Presentation Documents with LayOut.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 16: Ten SketchUp Traps and Their Work-arounds.
Chapter 17: Ten Plugins, Extensions, and Resources WorthGetting.
Chapter 18: Ten Ways to Discover Even More.
Posted May 4, 2009
Google SketchUp is amazingly powerful, easy to use and free. This book, written by someone on the Google Sketchup Team is at the same time both authoratative and easy to understand and fun to read. Aidan Chopra has a great sense of humor and is happy to poke fun at himself in explaining how he uses SketchUp and how you can use it.
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