SketchUp 13.0.3689

Developed for the conceptual stages of design, SketchUp is a powerful yet easy-to-learn 3D modeling software tool that combines a simple, yet robust tool-set with an intelligent drawing system that streamlines and simplifies 3D design. From simple to complex, conceptual to realistic, SketchUp enables you to build and modify 3D models quickly and easily. Are you remodeling a kitchen, landscaping your back yard or adding a deck to your home? SketchUp makes it faster, easier and a lot more fun. From simple to complex, from conceptual to realistic, SketchUp helps you see your vision before you build it.

Download: SketchUp 13.0.3689 | 72.2 MB (Freeware)
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I use Micrografx Simply 3D (don't laugh, I made some pretty good video intros for zero budget public access tv with it), out of all the 3D soft I tried, only cinema 4D was closest to Simply 3D as to what I could make anything useful.

Then autodesk gave away their whole suite one day haha I struggle trying to just add a texture color on it.

The truth is I still use Simply 3D for some shows.

Never tried sketchup cause about the time it came out I was deleting my google accounts. Glad to see it owned under someone else, it catches my interest now.

Quite an ignorant comment.

1. It's not made by Google anymore, it's being manage by Trimble

2. So you saying if it's made by Google, it's shoddy? I myself have some privacy concern with Google, but that doesn't mean what they make is bad.

link6155 said,
Quite an ignorant comment.

1. It's not made by Google anymore, it's being manage by Trimble

2. So you saying if it's made by Google, it's shoddy? I myself have some privacy concern with Google, but that doesn't mean what they make is bad.

Google employs a lot of bright people, but in their war with their "competitors", they really don't produce great cross platform stuff. Chrome is about it, but everything else like Sketch and Earth is a mess. When Google owned Sketch, it REQUIRED IE6. It didn't work with anything else.

Dot Matrix said,
When Google owned Sketch, it REQUIRED IE6.
Wrong.

BTW, which great cross-platform software has Microsoft produced?

Dot Matrix said,

Google employs a lot of bright people, but in their war with their "competitors", they really don't produce great cross platform stuff. Chrome is about it, but everything else like Sketch and Earth is a mess. When Google owned Sketch, it REQUIRED IE6. It didn't work with anything else.

it doesn't need IE6 nor ever did. it was a standalone download not a web app.