ghostrider03z
I want to draw up some plans for a walk along glider similiar to these:http://www.sciencetoymaker.org/airSurfKit/images/BgMouthJagBbyBug.PDF

Would i still use sketchup or some adobe product?
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ghostrider03z
Come on i know people are skipping over this who would know the answer.
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poormansairforce
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I want to draw up some plans for a walk along glider similiar to these:http://www.sciencetoymaker.org/airSurfKit/images/BgMouthJagBbyBug.PDF

Would i still use sketchup or some adobe product?

That site is pretty cool. My son made some of those gliders. I would suggest GIMP since its free as well as Sketchup.
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ghostrider03z
OK thanks...yea i just made a video of those walk along gliders
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ScottLott
I would use sketchup for any 3D modeling like this, Sketchup only becomes less practical when you're modeling extremely complex and/or more natural forms, then something like Blender is useful.
- Scott Lott
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ghostrider03z
Where are those videos you have Scott that go over sketch up?
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gm3
if you can find a picture of it then you can import that picture into sketchup and then trace around the image then delete the picture and you are left with the sketchup model.
aaaaaannnnnd there's the tree
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schome1
I need sketchup/gimp help. I redesigned a plane and want to print it out, but I'm having a challenging time getting it to the correct dimensions in the exported 2D image and every time I try to preview in a PDF, it shrinks it to one page. I'm using a Mac and its just different enough from many of the suggestions online to mess things up. Does anyone know of a simple way of doing this?

Try my new "RC Sidekick" Android app, available at Google Play
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LukeWarm
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Where are those videos you have Scott that go over sketch up?

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