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Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Tutorial: SketchUp to Blender by Michaliszissiou

Michalis gracefully allowed me to repost this excellent tutorial from SketchUp to Blender. I love this man exploration using different software like Blender, Zbrush and 3DCoat. Anyway here is his nifty tutorial showing his workflow from SketchUp to Blender.

1. Here's an old SU model:




















2. As you may noticed I'm checking faces so to look outside, that's really important. No blue faces, ok.













3. In SUpro, export .obj like this:



















4. Importing .obj in blender 2.49b like this.












5. Here's the model in blender. You can see on the right, all textures UVs etc have imported beautifully.I deleted cactus and added some blender trees BTW. Everything works like charm.











6. A quick render in blender ~2 min

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