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solo75080

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I know there are many of y'all that have this whole Sketchup and Podium thing aced...however if anyone is interested I have compiled a small texture pack of less common textures, they were made using layers and bump maps from Vue and Max 9 and pictures. If you find them helpful or even get to use them in any form and require additional let me know. If possible please do not share them other than from here as they will be added to a maxpack for later distribution.

I do not like pdf tutorials so please use the .skp and merge or save library, this way you can see how they were pasted as some were projected.



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Thanks Solo. Some of these will be very useful. Water is my favourite one.

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thaks solo, very generous of you.

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Thanks Solo. Nice addition to my materials library. I like the wood ones the best!
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Thanks Solo.
That's a nice gesture.



I'll see if i can contribute some textures as well.

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respect .. will check it out
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how can i get these into my SU library?

thanks for the work as well

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See the tutorial I posted in this very same forum.

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I have read it actually. Problem is for me, the file he gave us is a .skp file. how can I extract out the .jpg files? or can i export the materials from his .skp model to a .skm material library file directly? thanks for the help


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Read and do exactly as in  Converting new material to a SU material library on the first page of the tutorial. 

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