SketchUp Line Tool: Creating a face

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Creating a face

Face entities are flat plane-like entities that combine to form the 3D geometry in a SketchUp model. Faces are automatically created when any three or more intersecting lines or edges are in the same plane (an infinite flat 2D space), or coplanar. To create a face using the Pencil tool:

  1. Select the Line tool (Line Tool). The cursor changes to a pencil.
  2. Click to set the starting point of your line.
  3. Move the cursor to the ending point of your line. As you draw a line, the length is displayed dynamically in the Measurements Toolbar.
  4. Click to draw your line. This ending point can also be the starting point of another line.
  5. Move the cursor to an ending point for the second line.
  6. Click to draw your line. This ending point can also be the starting point of another line.
  7. Move the cursor to the starting point of the first line. The tip of the Pencil cursor changes to a green circle and says "Endpoint."
  8. Click to draw your line. A face is created.
Tip: Set the display settings (View > Face Style > Shaded) to the "Shaded" or "Shaded With Textures" rendering style to clearly show new faces as they are created.