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SketchUp is a 3D design software developed by Google. It makes 3D modelling possible for everyone. SketchUp is used for a wide range of 3D modelling projects, like architectural, interior design, landscape architecture, and video game design. It has a set of robust toolsets and also supports third-party plugins. This means one can create visuals, animations, and models using images and architectural drawings from AutoCAD, PDF, Revit, and so on.

Scope of Course

The course covers the basics of SketchUp and takes you through the design tasks involved in architectural visualisation and landscape design. You will learn advanced uses of SketchUp, not only in creating architectural computer graphics or modelling architectural structures, but also in creating technical documents. Training will be given in the following areas:

  • Inference techniques

  • Modeling entities

  • Push/Pull modification

  • Object editing

  • Measurement & Annotation

  • Match photo modeling

  • Components: General & Dynamic

  • Modeling from DWG

  • Model visualization

  • Model documentation

  • Organic design

  • Urban design

  • Environment modeling

  • Landscape design

  • Interior design

Career Prospects / Job Roles

In the Architecture and Civil Engineering (ACE) domain, SketchUp is used for visualisation for the project team as well as for rendering photorealistic images for customers. It is also used for creating professional-quality presentations of designs for sales purposes. Since it is used for many different purposes, the demand for people who know SketchUp well is always high in the ACE industry. SketchUp skills will make one eligible to apply for some of the following jobs:

  • 3D Visualizer

  • Interior Designer

  • Landscape Designer

  • Sketchup 3D Design Specialist

  • Architectural Designer

  • Space Illustrator

  • SketchUp Artist



₹ 11900


40 Hours


Your Instructor

Bhargava Krishna

Bhargava Krishna

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