|Forum topic by mtnbikecrash||posted 1053 days ago||1959 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
1053 days ago
I have been looking into and learning more about the Fibonacci Sequence to incorporate into my project designs. I typically use sketchup to make scale drawings of my projects and to provide my wife with a little “visual” so she can either approve…or not…
I got to wondering and looking around to see if there was a plugin for Fibonacci Guage in Sketchup and didn’t really find much.
Then I thought that I could just make my own. What I came up with is actually quite simple and seems to work well for me.
1. Draw a 2×30 rectangle.
I copy/paste this guide into my Sketchup drawings to guide me in different proportions and design elements.
I use this simple guage and guide lines when designing things in sketchup and it has worked quite well for me. If anyone else has a better idea, better gauge, or improvements to this idea, please post and let me know.
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