1. Include two simple shapes in your developed Sketchup model and apply an image of your clients work to them. They should be to scale and represent an approximate form and volume. (This is so we can see the relationship between the work and the space that it was constructed in).
2. Choose 3 of the textures you've developed and apply them to the most appropriate parts of the SketchUp model. IMPORTANT: you do not have to cover your entire model, use the textures to highlight certain aspects or spaces. See the video tutorial below on how to create a custom material in SketchUp:
3. Upload 2 new images of your developed SketchUp model to your blog; these should show the designers work in their workshop.
4. Find a short movie (from your own collection or download from YouTube ... www.keepvid.com works quite well) that has something to do with the section, stair,
texture or materiality and your scheme. Embed the video in your blog.
Simple instructions on embedding a video from YouTube in your blog...
Sign up to YouTube. Once you have signed up, upload a video to your account. There's an upload button in the top right corner. Give the video a description and tags
(make sure you include "ARCH1101", "EXP1", "2017" and your "Full Name" as the tags), then upload. Once you have completed uploading, you can play the video and
look for a "Share or Embed" button. If you click that you will see the code that will allow you to embed the video on your blog. Copy this code.
Then go back to Blogger (make sure you are signed in) and start a new post. Click on the Html button (top left, to the right of the compose button). Paste the YouTube
code in there. Write any descriptive text you need in the regular Compose tab. Then publish.
Note: make sure you save the SketchUp model and all of your 2 dimensional images in a safe place as they will be a part of your EXP1 submission.