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Wednesday, 28 March 2012

Sketchup Modeling Series #16 Water flow by Toni Nalbani

Here is our 16th entry for this tutorial courtesy of Toni Nalbani. Thank you Toni for this Tutorial.

Step 1: Create the pool model

Step 2: Create the wall

Step 3: Begin modeling the water flow using a  slender column like the image below.

Step 4: Add some detail using offset and push pull tool. Like image below.

Step by 5: Create random criss-cross lines on the base

Step 6: Use Artisan script by Whaat to subdivide and smooth using fairly nice iteration (2)

Step 7: Position and Scale the model to the tap.

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