Draw Molding in SketchUp

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Items you design in SketchUp rely on the small details you make, to make them appear realistic. In this tutorial, David draws wall molding / moulding that was required for a house project he was working on. This method can be used to draw floor, ceiling, and door molding as well.

The tools David used in this tutorial include Line Tool, Arc Tool, Push / Pull tool, and used the rectangle tool to draw the wall.

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