Been searching around trying to find if/how decals can be used in Enscape with SketchUp. I've seen a few post regarding decal cutouts on glass but nothing in regards to adding graphics to walls/surfaces.the Enscape blog post that pops up on the internet for is giving me a 404 message so that's a dead end. Other references refer to Revit as well, and I'm in SketchUp.
As an example, I'd like to bring in a company logo and do a simple vinyl wall graphic. Quickly grabbed the generic PNG file (with background transparency) from a web search and used it in this example.
If you just import the image into SketchUp it'll either Z fiight (middle) or shadow (offset from wall any amount - bottom). If you explode the image and use it as a texture, it'll cut out (top).
TIG's extension for cutting out the image usually produces low poly/jaggy results and can be cumbersome if trying to do a lot of these and testing out certain designs, etc.