I’ve got a total of about 2 hours with sketchup and there is a good chance that by the time someone replies… I might have already figured out the answer to my question, but here goes. Might save me some time.
Here is the room I have drawn…
I drew it by drawing 4 rectangles for the top/sides/bottom. For the back I used the pencil tool to draw the polygon. Now I need to add doors then I can “go inside” and start adding 2x4’s and whatnot for the loft.
I’m looking for advice. Would It have been smarter to draw the polygon “face-on” and then use guides to make it 4 inches thick,then use the push pull tool to “pull” the room to the proper length? Am I some how shooting myself in the foot by having “2d” walls ?
Chances are good that I will get rid of the ceiling and the wall where we’re not building anything. But at the same time they might be handy for ceiling fan placement/bed interference.