SketchUp "Eye Candy"
SCF member silver_shadow has posted some images of what he modestly called "eye candy." The water scene was created over 4 days, and was made using only SketchUp and a handful of SketchUp plugins.
There is a series of 12 images showing a litte of the process, and some good discussion of techniques used, also.
Read the Thread.
Links to scripts used in the process:
Round Edges - Bezier
Extrude Along Path
Subdivide & Smooth
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