Blue Garden - SketchUp and Twinmotion

Blue Garden - SketchUp and Twinmotion

Postby loco » Thu May 06, 2021 6:18 pm

A recent project of a small garden courtyard refurbishment with a slight Mediterranean feel. SketchUp 2019 and Twinmotion 2021. These are Twinmotion screen shots and not render output as my computer is not up to it and tends to crash when I try, so not the best output.
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Re: Blue Garden

Postby tuna1957 » Thu May 06, 2021 6:29 pm

Very nice ! Pretty wild design of the patio chairs, never seen ones like that. :thumb: :thumb:
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Re: Blue Garden - SketchUp and Twinmotion

Postby Bryan K » Fri May 07, 2021 12:11 am

Well done. I'd love to be there.
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Re: Blue Garden - SketchUp and Twinmotion

Postby L i am » Fri May 07, 2021 10:15 am

Nice work indeed especially for skreenshots! I you wish to have renders you can send to me TM file and I will render in Twinmotion 2021. let me know.
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Re: Blue Garden - SketchUp and Twinmotion

Postby loco » Fri May 07, 2021 6:53 pm

L i am wrote:Nice work indeed especially for skreenshots! I you wish to have renders you can send to me TM file and I will render in Twinmotion 2021. let me know.


Thanks for that. I will run them through Photoshop and see what I can do first. I have ordered a new desktop (two weeks ago), so waiting on that (my system was bought in 2011 so its ancient LOL). You are a Twinmotion user too? :fro:
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Re: Blue Garden - SketchUp and Twinmotion

Postby Mill3rLuke » Fri May 07, 2021 8:15 pm

Nice one!

Do you do this for a living ?
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Re: Blue Garden - SketchUp and Twinmotion

Postby L i am » Fri May 07, 2021 9:14 pm

loco wrote:
L i am wrote:Nice work indeed especially for screenshots! If you wish to have renders you can send to me TM file and I will render in Twinmotion 2021. let me know.


Thanks for that. I will run them through Photoshop and see what I can do first. I have ordered a new desktop (two weeks ago), so waiting on that (my system was bought in 2011 so its ancient LOL). You are a Twinmotion user too? :fro:

Yes loco and I am also landscape Architect, Have not had it for long and still getting my head around it but find it promising. I have attached some of my work. Please post some of your work. I am very interested in others work. I see you use decals well :thumb: That 'window' is a variation is a variation on a mirror gate?
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Re: Blue Garden - SketchUp and Twinmotion

Postby loco » Sat May 08, 2021 1:06 am

Mill3rLuke wrote:Nice one!

Do you do this for a living ?


I do residential planning applications, both here in the UK and Ireland. I gained University qualifications in AutoCad some years ago, but also have a 25 yr construction background too. I obtained qualifications in professorial garden design two years ago and have added this to my work. I enjoy it very much.
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Re: Blue Garden - SketchUp and Twinmotion

Postby Mill3rLuke » Sat May 08, 2021 7:43 pm

Nice one.

Im from the UK also, im a project engineer in the construction industry. I have done a couple of building plans for extensions recently, but i use AutoCad Lt for this.

Do you use SU for your building planning applications? are you able to show me some examples as im interested in peoples SU work flows in construction. I am still not 100% sold on using it for everything yet.

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Re: Blue Garden - SketchUp and Twinmotion

Postby Mike Amos » Sun May 09, 2021 11:22 am

great images, nicely done. :thumb:
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Re: Blue Garden - SketchUp and Twinmotion

Postby loco » Sun May 09, 2021 1:43 pm

Mill3rLuke wrote:Nice one.

Im from the UK also, im a project engineer in the construction industry. I have done a couple of building plans for extensions recently, but i use AutoCad Lt for this.

Do you use SU for your building planning applications? are you able to show me some examples as im interested in peoples SU work flows in construction. I am still not 100% sold on using it for everything yet.

thanks


I still only use AutoCad for planning a construction drawings. I Know its possible to do this using Layout, but I am so used to AutoCad for this I haven't ventured down that road yet. I am however using SketchUp and Photoshop mostly for 3D/2D Garden and Concept design work. I have attached a few recent simple design and concept work done in SketchUp and Photoshop for clients (including a couple of interior design works as well).
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Re: Blue Garden - SketchUp and Twinmotion

Postby Mill3rLuke » Sun May 09, 2021 1:56 pm

Thanks for this.

Yer I am the same as you for me it’s still easier to use autocad also I do love using AC. I use sketchup also for smaller bits and visualisations like you have done.

I like your garden concept, I think SU works very well here.
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Re: Blue Garden - SketchUp and Twinmotion

Postby loco » Sun May 09, 2021 3:43 pm

Mill3rLuke wrote:Thanks for this.

Yer I am the same as you for me it’s still easier to use autocad also I do love using AC. I use sketchup also for smaller bits and visualisations like you have done.

I like your garden concept, I think SU works very well here.


Thank you. I also make sure the shadows are correct for location and time of day, so people can visualise the sunny parts of the garden and how they relate to the layout.
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