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0:01 Let’s now duplicate our elevation view page so we can play around with changing the look and style of our view.
0:08 Name the page ‘Model Styles’.
0:11 Like before, when applying a scale, start by selecting the model viewport, and then back in the SketchUp Model settings, switch to the ‘Styles’ tab.
0:21 Let’s see what our view would look like in black and white…like something we’d expect when plotting from CAD.
0:27 We can see here is that there is only one style used in the model.
0:31 There are default styles to choose from but let’s say for this example that we want to choose custom style specific to this model.
0:39 To do that, we need to first create it in Sketchup.
0:42 Switching over to SketchUp, change the style to ‘hidden line.’
0:47 Check to make sure your profiles are on so that we can see curved objects like our chairs…
0:53 …and set the profile thickness to 1 pt so they match our other edges.
0:59 Then, in the ‘Styles’ window, add this style so it’s now in the model.
1:04 Then save the model and hop back over to LayOut.
1:09 Then select the view again...right-click and select ‘Update Model Reference’ to load our recent changes.
1:17 In the Styles window we should now see a new style to choose from.
1:22 With our view selected, now change the style from color to black and white.
1:27 We’re also given the option of adjusting line weights right here so there’s not need to create custom styles for that.