Mike Bailey's SketchUp Page


Latest update: August 1, 2020

The Notes:

These are the notes we will be working through. You don't need to print these (thank goodness!), but we will follow along with them.

We will be using a downloadable version of SketchUp, which costs money. If you want to use it at home, there is a free web-version of SketchUp. Get to it here: https://app.sketchup.com/app?hl=en

These are the notes:

Latest update of these notes: August 1, 2020

The SketchUp Quick Reference Card: PDF.

Memory Stick

We recommend that you bring a memory stick to save your work on. There is no guarantee that any files you save on our CGEL machines will be there the next day. Also, there are some files below that would be handy for you to pre-load on your memory stick.


On Thursday, we looked at some ChromaDepth images. Here is the link to the page we looked at.

General SketchUp Users:

Step #1: Open up SketchUp in a browser:


Step #2: Look at these notes:

SketchUp notes (one slide per page)
SketchUp notes (two slides per page)

Warning! I made up these notes based on the installable version of SketchUp, but the link I gave you above is for the web-based version. The interface has changed. You should be able to look at the notes and recognize the corresponding icons in the online SketchUp program.

Step #3: Watch this video:

This video is based on the web-based version of SketchUp, which is what you get when you click on the link given here.

The SketchUp Quick Reference Card: PDF.

Full Notes

Other Stuff

Here's notes on some other fun things:

Blender notes

Scratch notes

TinkerCad notes

Processing notes

Comments? Suggestions? Questions? Contact:
Mike Bailey
Oregon State University, Computer Science
2117 Kelley Engineering Center
Corvallis, OR 97331-5501