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    Question Sketchup Structural Damage?

    So I was putting together a drawing for a Paizo module (PF24-The Final Wish), wherein a magical building grows inside an existing one. The old building gives way for the magical one and is damaged in the process.

    I tried a couple tricks for making the busted up masonry walls. But I was ultimately dissatisfied with the results. Does anyone have any good Sketchup tips or tricks for doing busted up walls?

    Here's what I've got so far...
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    No, sorry... but I did want to comment, because I like what you have so far! Very nice.
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    Can't help you with any Sketchup stuff, but like Gandwarf I wanted to comment on the nice work you have done so far.
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    I have enough frustrations with building in the first place so I can only assume that cracking it all up would be ten times as lengthy and frustrating. I'm assuming that you have already figured this part out but...start with big cracks and keep making smaller ones until it looks "not like a cartoon". If it were me, because this would make me tear my hair out, I'd just cut a hole in the top and let it grow out from there. Looks nice and good luck, man.
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