How to use SketchFX to apply layering styles in a sketchup model

In this sketchup video tutorial, you will learn different processes to generate a split or radial style overlay in sketchup with the use of SketchFX.

It facilitates the users to apply layer styles on top of each other to provide new effects in sketchup. The entire tutorial is created by using sketchup 2017.

SketchFX assigns artistic rendering to SketchUp. With the simple click of mouse, it is possible to make elegant previews of your models, selecting from a wide array of custom-made presets (watercolor, pencil, depth-of-field, motion-blur and various others)..

SketchFX is available in two versions like SketchFX Pro and SketchFX Ex.

Given below, some exclusive features of SketchFX

Huge list of pre-set custom rendering effects;
AmbientOcclusion incorporation;
Numerous filters exist to form your own effect which range from hue-saturation-value, brightness-contrast, gamma-exposure, blur, radial blur, bloom, fog, depth of field, vignette, artistic paint, image from file, scene, style and constant color, scene transition, masks.

To learn how to give layering styles in sketchup with SketchFX, watch the following video tutorial.

Video Source: TheSketchUpEssentials

How to use SketchFX to apply layering styles in a sketchup model