Similar to the Guardrail linestyle that draws the posts for the guardrail in 3D are there line styles for both 10-30 skip striping as well as even solid yellow and white stripes? I know it sounds basic but this will help with render capabilities but not sure how you created the line styles for the guardrail posts originally to create these striping's that I am asking for.
Instead of using 3D linestyles, Bentley has a great tool called "Stencil 2D elements on 3D geometry" specifically for painting your pavement marking linework onto your 3D model for rendering. I saw it at a conference and have used it one or two times since then.
Go to TOOLS > TOOL BOXES... and check the box for the "Populate" tool box. The tool you're looking for is the second one in the toolbox as shown. I'll see if I can find a training video on it, but it's actually fairly intuitive.
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I know it works when exporting to LumenRT. I'm not sure about how well it works with Sketchup, I'd have to test it.
It does appear to generate a 3D element. I don't have SketchUp, but I'm inclined to think it will work.
So in Sketchup the lines then need to be turned to solids, back to original questions of can we get a linestyle that is 6" wide and like 1" deep to help with graphics in models as once a solid it renders. This would be identical to the guardrail line style just different dimensions which allow all striping to derive off of this one thing. I am striking out on making the line style as the process is pretty complex from youtube videos.