How to insert any background image to any Sketchup model
The sketchup users often require inserting a background to their Sketchup model to view it inside a specific surrounding as well as apply some photo-realistic look.
The users can put image files to their model and fine-tune their position in order that the model merges with the environments of the site. The users can also set an image at the back of a building to make it possible to get the view from definite angles inside the building.
The users have to pursue the process like - Visit Window > Styles. Then select the OK icon. It will open a dialog box for Watermark Settings. Choose the Plus icon and search through where your image is stored, and select Open. Remember, SketchUp will import several file formats that range from background images (JPEG, PNG, PSD, BMP and TIFs). Choose from Background or Overlay, the previous is used in most cases. The transparency of the image can also be modified. The users can also select It’s also possible to change the transparency of the image or to choose whether to enlarge or overlay the image. The users have to tweak the image through a photo-editing tool like Adobe Photoshop in the beginning.