Hi there. I was directed to this Gallery by Box over in the Forum where I’ve asked lots of questions and gotten a heap of awesome help learning how to model. Everyone’s been so nice. I still have a LOT to learn, and I’m sure my model will look rudimentary to many of you old pro’s. But that said I’d like to upload my model for critique and suggestions, but the file is really large at 131.3 MB is there anyway to crunch it down?
P.S. A little about me: I wanted to learn SketchUp because we are actually building the house that I am modeling. My husband isn’t very good at imaging things I suggest so I thought it would be easier to show him in 3D. Turns out it’s harder than you think, especially when your furniture and decor has to represented by something that has to pass as representing your stuff. Unless I want to spend a year modeling all my stuff manually. LOL.
But you can post images here also for us to look at and critique.
Create scenes and export them as 2d and post those images.
This can be a good way for you to show specifics rather than the entire model.
Generally, the Gallery section fo the forum is where people post images of their work (think about a physical gallery, with pictures hanging on the wall - generally, they should look like this). I am going to move this topic into our Meta category (where we talk about the workings of the forum and such). I would strongly urge you to start a new topic in the Gallery beginning with an image of your work, so the rest of us can utter “oohs” and “ahhs” and give you likes!