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Monday, 30 January 2012

Sketchup Modeling Series #15 Padded Materials2 by Bayu Yudistiro

With so much investigation and perseverance, Bayu Yudistiro shared again another padded material which is far more better than the first one. This one is pretty amazing and it shows the genius of Bayu. We would like to thank Bayu in sharing this tutorial to all of us here with the bonus SKP File in our scene and model section HERE.












7 comments:

  1. Thanks for the Share! nice Modeling Tutorial

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  2. excuse me sir, it seems the link you gave above there is a slight problem.

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  3. sorry working now. i placed it with the page sketchup models

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  4. WOW .....Perfect Tutorial
    Thanks for the Share ^^

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  5. Hi, what plugin did you use for smoothing? If you could provide a link it would be fantastic.

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  6. thank you so much for the tutorial and the model

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