Hey guys. Brand new Sketchup (make 2017) user here. (Windows 10, Intel i7 (??)
(Disclaimer…I did attempt to research this in the forums, but I may not be asking the correct questions.)
I sketched up some plans (A beehive) in 3d, with all of the measurements based on an internal piece. (allowing for the correct amount of room around it.) Building from the inside out, kinda thing. I was, literally, importing a couple of pics as details, to finish up, when I realized that had gotten the original length of the item that I built around, WRONG!!! Arrrg! It’s off by two inches.
I just spent quite a bit of time watching some tutorial videos about scaling. It would appear that I should be able to scale that part down the two inches, and the rest should follow (??) I sure hope so. I did read a comment that said this may not be possible in 3D… I sure would like you to prove that guy wrong.
I would really appreciate if someone could help me, or at least point me to an instructional video or even just give me some good search terms. Quite frankly, my brain may just be exhausted.
Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.