Sketchup mapping ultra complex shape

For a while (2 weeks) I have been trying to place a texture on a bed cover.
This is a personal project.

I tried with thrupaint de fredo, but I can’t (must say that the thrupaint is particularly difficult to understand).
Either it is placed correctly on the top but not on the edges or vice versa!

Is sketchup or specific extension (free) can do that ???

My system : Imac, OS X Big Sur, Twilight hobby

You can download my objet & texture at :
https://mega.nz/folder/ZuByHDjS#aanYVSR8_rAe25luWm-DRQ

Upload your try here :
https://mega.nz/megadrop/ausmxXeesgM

Thanks,

Original objet come from SKETCHUP TEXTURE: SKETCHUP MODEL BEDROOM
Over there, all textures are perfectly mapped on objects !




If I were going to do something like that I would start over and use Clothworks (from Sketchucation) to create the bed cover. The texture gets applied to the flat version of the cover. Clothworks does an excellent job of mapping the texture to the wrinkled fabric. A few examples:

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Hi

Thanks for your reply.
Indeed Clothworks seems very interesting.

Import the model in Blender and with UV Unwrapping + UV mapping

Blender

SketchUp

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Wouahhh !!! perfect

Your advices will be very usefull for my next texture work

:+1: :+1:

Thanks

Would you like to upload your this example to my MEGA account (it’s for a purpose private work, not professional) ?
https://mega.nz/megadrop/ausmxXeesgM

Thanks for your upload.

I appreciate it.

regards,