Just playing around in Sketchup and catching up on the community and I thought “Hmm, I wonder how the Sages review other people’s models?” (I know, I know. I need to get a life)
Sometimes I’ll see someone post a question with their model attached and in less than 5 min someone has responded with their analysis of the model.
As I muddle through building my models I tend to forget that I did something or to get back to something I meant to. It would be nice if there was a methodology for reviewing/analyzing models.
I’ve learned about Purging Unused, reducing the number of faces on non-flat surfaces, and avoiding nesting. Each of those was an “Oh, wow. I didn’t know that” moment for me. Helping me do a better job of designing models.
What other magic can you reveal to us?