How To Use The FFD Plugin In SketchUp To Deform And Shape Your Models
If you are a SketchUp user, you may have wondered how to create more complex and organic shapes with your models. You may have tried to use the native tools, such as Push/Pull, Follow Me or Scale, but found them limiting or cumbersome. You may have wished for a more flexible and intuitive way to deform and shape your models as you please. If that sounds like you, then you should try the FFD plugin for SketchUp. FFD stands for Free Form Deformation, and it is a plugin that lets you apply a lattice of control points to your model and move them around to change its shape. You can use FFD to create curves, waves, bulges, twists and other effects that are hard to achieve with the standard tools. In this article, we will show you how to install and use the FFD plugin in SketchUp, and give you some examples of what you can achieve with it.
How to use the FFD plugin in SketchUp to deform and shape your models