My colleague and fellow SketchUp author, Matt Donley of MasterSketchUp, has recently published a book on using SketchUp Pro and LayOut.
While my own LayOut book has step-by-step instructions, Matt's book focuses more on best practices and tips for the typical LayOut user, people such as architects, landscape architects, interior designers, etc.
The first half of the book is on how to best prepare your SketchUp model for LayOut. The rest shows how to produce real-world drawings of your models.
Matt is offering three packages (scroll down to the bottom of the web page for details):
- book alone (280 page PDF)
- book with hatches, materials, and styles
- book with video (pre-order at the moment)
Am I worried about a competing book? Not at all - the books are rather different in focus. (And besides, I'm an affiliate reseller for the book, so I'm happy for everyone to buy it!)
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