When I began my journey towards learning SketchUp, there were just two publications devoted to SketchUp for woodworkers. One was by Bob Lang – his first e-book on SketchUp was considered by many to be the bible; the only SketchUp teaching guide a woodworker needed. It was unique: Bob combined text and video in his enhanced e-book. As I once said, a SketchUp newbie should look upon video instruction with happiness. His work was technologically advanced, well-organized and illustrated; a first-rate teaching tool.
Now five years later, Bob gives us an update – his new enhanced e-book is out; titled New Woodworker’s Guide to SketchUp. More video, additional tips; in short a better guide for beginning and advanced SketchUp users alike.
Bob sent me a copy to review and sweetened the deal by providing one copy to give away. Here is how the contest will work – if you would like a copy of New Woodworker’s Guide to SketchUp, leave a comment below. Something like: “Yes, count me in on the contest. Bob is sooo generous – I’d like a copy of his e-book.” Just a suggestion.
I’ll close the comments Sunday night at 10:00 central time; use Random.org to select a winner among those who leave a comment and I’ll announce the winner on Memorial Day. I’ll use the email address required when commenting to advise the winner. I’ll send the same email address to Bob who will shoot you a link for the download.
Good luck with the give away and I will be reviewing New Woodworker’s Guide to SketchUp next weekend.