Can you imagine how big the house is?
I created this thread, primarily for all us hobbyist and artist to share horror stories of their first encounters with SketchUp. But all you pros are welcome to join - you too were once beginners. Here’s my story (and I’m stickin’ to it) …
Before I knew anything about the 3DWH, I used to play around with this program called “SketchUp” that I found online. I never really took it serious, and only sought it out when I had nothing better to do, or thought I could create some grand masterpiece…
I rarely, if ever, delete my work - no matter how bad it is, or seems to no longer have any connection to a finished piece. In looking for something else, I ran across this old “model” today and was surprised at just how little I knew back then. And though I was sitting here alone, I was almost embarrassed. However, despite my innocent ignorance at the time, I discovered that this monstrosity, with all it’s problems, retina-traumatizing materials, and the stuff every architect’s nightmares are surely made of, is only 544 kb … ROFL!!!
Just how big is this house, you ask? This modest little “ranch” comes in at a very comfortably roomy 460,000 square feet. Yes…you read that right - it’s no typo. But then…wouldn’t ya need that kinda space with such large appliances? Oh…and by the way, that 460,000 sq ft doesn’t include the garage.
So… what’s your beginner’s story? Hope you have pix, too.
P.S. In case any are wondering… this pitiful little model has never seen the inside of the Warehouse. It would be five or six years before I learned about it’s existence, and another two to three years before I mustered half the nerve to even think about putting something in the 3DWH.
house.skp (553.5 KB)