Taking a week-long class in SketchUp is the best way I know to really make progress in using this program to design your woodworking projects. If you’re ready to take that step, there are still a few spots available in this year’s class at Marc Adams School of Woodworking, August 5-9, 2013 in Franklin, Indiana.
I’ve been teaching at Marc’s for the last several years, and if you’ve never been to MASW, you’ll find a woodworking school like no other. The facility and the staff are amazing and in class my computer is hooked up to several large screens so that everyone has a good look at what I’m doing and how I’m doing it. It isn’t just me yacking in the front of the room, there is plenty of hands-on practice time and personal attention from me and my assistants.
We start at beginning and by the end of the week students are doing some amazing things. This class is geared for the tasks specific to woodworking, and how to perform them in SketchUp. You’ll learn the easy way to do almost anything through a series of exercises I’ve developed that give you the skills you need to take advantage of everything that SketchUp can do to improve your skills as a woodworker and as a planner and designer. You’ll learn at a rapid pace, you’ll learn a lot, and the knowledge you gain will stick with you.
My annual week at Marc Adams is one of the highlights of my year, and if you’d like to join me in a wonderful setting with a great staff and a great group of fellow students, click on the link below.