Im trying to convert my Sketchup view to a vector so I can further edit it in Affinity Designer, but I can’t even do that. The app just freezes. Whats the point of this app anyways. It freezes whenever I elect a view. It freezes whenever I click something that’s a part of the interface.
Does anyone know of alternative method where I can take a SketchUp view and turn the lifeworks into vectors?
I’ve only looked at the Left Elevation viewport and the SketchUp model itself. Lots of linework in that viewport that LayOut has to go through to render or at least check to see if it needs to be rendered. You could help that process by turning off tags for objects that won’t be seen in the viewport. You could also soften edges on things like the gutters which will reduce the number of lines LO has to render as vector.
Probably didn’t need to delete the furniture but if you did, I hope you purged the unused stuff from the file again.
Your model and others I’ve seen recently remind me of a story my father told me long ago. There was a Polynesian king who lived in house made of bamboo framing and grass for the walls and roof. He was a good king who had an unusual hobby of collecting royal chairs. He especially like big ones carved out of stone. He kept his collection in the attic of his hut. One night while he was sleeping, though, the attic floor collapsed and his entire collection fell down and crushed him.
The moral of the story is: He who lives in grass house should not stow thrones.