Like many beginners to the world of design, I was initially intimidated by SketchUp. I also knew that it would be indispensable to my new design career.
As I looked for courses, I was blown away by how expensive it was to just learn SketchUp, but when I tried to use it, I realized why. SketchUp is not easy to learn. HOWEVER, it does not have to cost thousands or take months to learn to use it competently.
In 30 days I learned how to go from barely being able to draw a line to this for less than $10:
It may not be perfect, and I know I have a very long way to go before I really master SketchUp, but I am producing working, attractive and realistic models that I can use in my interior design business.
Learning SketchUp requires time and focus, but it can be done in a short time and for a relatively low price. All you need to do is follow the 4 steps in my crash course curriculum: