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    A Rosette in SketchUp?

    I just posted this on the blog. Thought someone might be interested.
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    Very cool, Dave. Lots of new techniques to learn in that tutorial.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Richards View Post
    I just post this on the blog. Thought someone might be interested.
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    Hi Dave ,
    I've gone to the blog, since as hard as I tried , it would not come to me. "No imposing blog here!"
    Do you figure this stuff out or is it just God's gift to you, and it just comes out, like ordinary speech to the rest of us?
    I really wish I was more tuned into the SU thing, (and hopefully sometime I will be) because the wisdom you impart is invaluable. Thank you very much.
    Shaz
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    It's amazing how you can dissect a piece and envision a way to re-create it. Then on top of that, you know little SU tricks to make the whole process easier. Thanks for sharing the tutorial, Dave.
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    Thank you kind gentlemen.

    Vaughn, dissecting and breaking down what it is you wish to draw is what it comes down to sometimes.

    Bubba, I'll teach you to fish any time my friend.

    Dave
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