Styles Collection 2010
SketchUpArtists have one of the largest collection of free SketchUp Styles available on the web. They were created by some of the very best SketchUp professionals in the world, who have freely contributed their time and skills to produce them. We hope this visual library will be a useful reference and inspiration in your future creative process.
TIP: When exporting your finished image from SketchUp, export it at a higher resolution (eg. 3000 pixels wide) rather than the screen size. This will make your lines thinner and some Styles less busy. Or you can change the way a sketchy Style might look by adjusting the size of the exported image (under the Option button in the Export window) and resizing it in an external image editor like Photoshop.
Sketchy Styles by Lin
Collection of pen, pencil, marker and watercolor Styles.
Draughtsman and Watercolor Style by Majid Yeganegi
Nice mixed watercolor Style by Majid.
Japanese SketchUp Styles by Indigo Studio
Here is a unique collection of interesting Japanese SketchUp Styles created by Indigo Studio. There are seven styles in all.
Google SketchUp Style Builder Competition Winners. The following collection of ten styles presented here are Google SketchUp Style Builder Competition Winners. If you are using from SketchUp version 7 to the latest version of SketchUp you already have them installed inside your Styles folder.
Where to find them?
1. Hand Drafted with Mask by Mark Leason. This style gives you some sketchyness to your model without being too loose. It works best with solid colors applied to the model because there is a Watermark Mask that subtly softens the image. The lines for this style were created with a fine point pen against a straight edge. Also note that the lines are colored by material, which allows white lines of window mullions to show up on a dark window surface.
2. Light Grey Freestyle By Matt Campbell. Light grey freestyle lines makes the sketch look more like a concept.
3. Lines with Wide Marker by Daisuke Matsuura. Lines with a wide marker.
4. Pencil Edges With Whiteout Border by Mark Paschke. Pencil edges with a whiteout border.
5. Tech Pen Endpoints by Mark Galbraith. Technical pen lines with endpoints.
6. Pencil on Graph Paper by Matthew Valero. Pencil lines on graph paper.
7. Pencil on Light Brown by (SAM) Xia QiCong. A natural presentation expression for architects.
8. Pencil Sketch with Darker Traced Lines by Devin Lavigne. Loose pencil sketch lines with darker traced lines.
9. Rough Pencil Style Alan Adams. Rough pencil lines.
10. Stain Edges with Frame by Reuben Chock. A loose messy style, kind of napkin sketch, with directional textures. A frame for consistent exhibits of quick presentations, notch in the base for notes or titles.