I have just finished a project, where I create the plans and sections in Revit, and all the visual material was created in Sketchup / Enscape.
It worked ok, but I found it troublesome and contra productive to handle and update two different models.
Therefore I wonder if it's possible to create a full project in Sketchup - has anyone in here experience with using Sketchup for 2d drawings?
I find Sketchup very limited regarding 2d drawings, like missing dashed lines, line thinkness and similar.
But maybe Layout can be a help? I used Layout for facades, but without lines. Even that we need to link into an other program (Layout) to print is annoying, but I guess that's how it is.
If this workflow should work, I think it could be very useful if we can link components to Enscape proxies (I don't think it's possible now?).
What I mean by this is, for an example, I can have a drawing of a bed that looks like I would like to look in a plan drawing, but it acts like a normal detailed bed in Enscape.
Just my thoughts after finishing this project.
Or Rhino might be an alternative as an "all in one program"......