Hi. I’ve got an unusual problem. I have an entire model that needs to be thickened. The best example I could give is if I were in an old time architecture studio space (before they used computers) and I went to secure the paper to the board and i found out it wasn’t quite think enough to be held by tape at the corners. So, I went to get another, thicker sheet of paper. Just throwing it out there. I’ve been swapping e-mails with the SketchUp team for two weeks, and they don’t know. So, I’d just throw this out there and see if anyone here had any ideas on what could work.
Actually, it’s more of a “sculpture” type of deal, and they told me I put it together in an unusual way. That’s true, I suppose I did, but it is the first time I’ve used SketchUp, but I have training in Architecture (B.S. Georgia Tech '94), no CAD or any other computer training though. But the model is too big to attach here, and it has quite a lot of detail, a person’s face is part of it, for example. The problem is that I have lines that need to be erased in order to use push/pull on Bezier curves, but if I erase the lines, I also lose part of the face. So, I need to get the portions of the model thicker.
I just wondered if somebody knows anything specific about this.