Hello, I am trying to create a ‘flowing’ wall using wooden wall pieces that are about 3" wide and as long as necessary, with a 3/4" gap between them. The rolling and curving portion of the wall needs to be changing in size and such as it goes.
This is an image of sort of what I am trying to do:
See how the curves are flowing and rolling along the row of the wooden pieces? I need to do that somehow and am struggling to figure out the best tool.
So far I have tried to use the follow me tool to create a long section of wall that I can then turn into a 3D solid and use it to cut into the wooden pieces I’ve made, but it was hard to get the rolls to not be so uniform. I have also tried to make a template 3D wall that I then used other solids to cut a shape into, but as soon as I cut into it using the solid trim tool, it is no longer a 3D so it would not work.
Any ideas? I’m relatively new to Sketchup, more used to AutoCAD so this is new to me.
Edited to add: I tried to use arcs along the vertical side of the wooden pieces individually and then extrude them, which works, however then I cannot achieve the rolling curves easily unless I find a way to measure out the size of the arcs and slowly increase them? If there is a way to easily do that it is definitely an option, but open to anything.