## Some tips and tricks from out of the Box

Share or learn with the Pros

### Re: Some tips and tricks from out of the Box

Box wrote:Thankyou gentlemen, I suspect though that many people find them boring.

Boring ?? No Box. This is one of the most useful topics in the forum.
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TBoy

### Re: Some tips and tricks from out of the Box

Thanks Tboy, you'll find a few more if you are interested here.
https://forums.sketchup.com/t/out-of-the-box/
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Box

### Re: Some tips and tricks from out of the Box

Here's a simple knife using Autofold to give the blade shape.
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Box

### Re: Some tips and tricks from out of the Box

Using a .png image as a texture is a handy way of faking detailed geometry.
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Box

### Re: Some tips and tricks from out of the Box

Here's a simple method for making low poly vent louvers.
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Box

### Re: Some tips and tricks from out of the Box

I Lurve a Louvre.
Nicely done.
Cheers Baz.

PS: You don't need to get out more?
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baz

### Re: Some tips and tricks from out of the Box

One of the many useful tools that people often miss amongst all of Fredo's wonders is the Convert to Arc/Circle (part of Curvisard) that puts arcs and circles back together so the Cardinal points function.
Follow me explodes Arcs and Circles and if you weld them they become Curves, which don't have the special feature that is Cardinals.

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Box

### Re: Some tips and tricks from out of the Box

Box wrote:One of the many useful tools that people often miss amongst all of Fredo's wonders is the Convert to Arc/Circle (part of Curvisard) that puts arcs and circles back together so the Cardinal points function.
Follow me explodes Arcs and Circles and if you weld them they become Curves, which don't have the special feature that is Cardinals.

Every time I check this thread, I either learn something new or realize a different way to approach a problem. Thanks for sharing, Box!
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GD3Design

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That's good, I'm glad a few people get something out of my ramblings.
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Box

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Here's a pretty simple twilight render of a basic scene animation. Two components, 17 scenes, odd number because it loops.
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Box

### Re: Some tips and tricks from out of the Box

GD3Design wrote:...Every time I check this thread, I either learn something new or realize a different way to approach a problem. Thanks for sharing, Box!
So do I
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