A while back we mentioned some of the tools in our technological toolbelt. One of these is SketchUp by Google. Recently we have been going gung ho with this tidy little program and creating some masterpieces. We took our Arleta A 2850A and gave it a little treatment of realism. It's hard to get across the beautiful images in our head in two black and white dimensions or with myriads of text. Crown molding, craftsman window trim and wainscot look so much better in three colored dimensions. We'll be giving more of our plans this treatment in the future and doing walk-throughs as well. But in the meantime as you wait with bated breath, here are some sneak previews:
We at Istockhouseplans want to heartily apologize for not posting our usual update last week. Some employment changes have affected the way we run our business. The good news is that we are now able to upload more plans to more national vendors. We are also able to take on revisions to our plans should you have a desire to have those changes made. Though the website may say otherwise for a few days, we will make those revisions and not force you to find another local designer. We should also be able to create more stock plans in general. If you are interested in seeing something in particular, leave a note in the comments below, or send us an email. We'll be happy to make your idea become a reality!
And the coup de grace is that we're working on our first plan book of sorts. This will be an exclusive electronic offering of an original collection not otherwise available. Look for updates in the coming months.
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