Are your Revit drawings hard to read? This tutorial from the Revit Kid will help you clean up some of your drawings in Revit. This tutorial down below will help you export drawings for 2D line work.
Also, Autodesk University has a full presentation that would help you make your Revit workflow smoother. The presentation is called Autodesk® Revit® for Presentations: Graphics That “Pop.”
You can watch these videos to help your Revit drawings nicer. Hope these videos will help you.
Here are some SketchUp Resources that may be useful to you!
If you are new to Sketchup Pro, this is the official site for SketchUp .
Sketchup artist has provided a whole list of blogs that people can use for learning software and visualization techniques.
Master SketchUp, Designer hacks, Sketchucation has great inventories of tutorials for you to utilize has a great inventory of tutorials for you to utilize.
Ronen Bekerman’s blog is really good for architecture visualization This link provides tips to increase productivity in SketchUp.
For anyone who is looking to learn Vray for Sketchup, here is the official site for Vray. Vray for SketchUp from chaos group.
Hopefully, these resources will be useful to you! Enjoy!
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As you may know, Revit is a powerful software for architects that many firms incorporate into their workflow. For those who do know about Revit, and want to improve their skills in Revit, these tutorials may be helpful for you to use. Enjoy!
Design Reform website has an inventory of advanced tutorials for Revit users.
Architecture Concepts is a great youtube channel to help you learn complex modeling methods in Revit.
Jeremy Roh’s channel is very useful for any complex modeling in Revit, because some of the videos can help your skills progress. If you are interested in Rendering with Revit and Photoshop, here is a tutorial that might be helpful.
If you prefer a written tutorial for learning conceptual massing in Revit, use this tutorial from Revit Clinic or the Revit Structure workpress blog
I hope these tutorials are helpful for you!
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I hope the title excites you just as much as it excites me! Really nice models can be hard to come by, but I managed to find some places that you can download some 3d models to spice up renderings.
- 3D Model Free consists of categories depending on the scene that you are trying to find to create the perfect scene. The name of the website says it all.
- Syncronia is a free 3D model website that not only provides the model itself, but also the DWG file. How awesome is that? If there are any specialty items that has to be on your plan, this website is everything. All you need to do is sign up and register with a free account. It’s just that simple!
- Another great website with an abundance of 3D models is Archive 3D. It has thousands of free 3D models that are unbelievably amazing. If you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself.
- Finally, My Creative Daddy has a free download of 45 chairs and stools. Get it now!
Thank you for visiting H.A.R.S.! I hope this post gave you a lot of free furniture! Enjoy!
Hello Fellow Huskies!
Want to improve your software skills, portfolio design, or learn more about becoming a better student? These websites will fulfill all of your needs! No matter if you are freshmen or a senior, this website can be beneficial! First in Architecture is a great website for any architecture students.
Another great website is this, which was made by an architecture teacher. Digital tools for Architects is extremely helpful for anyone who is using Rhino and SketchUp, and who needs an introduction to basic rendering principles. Tutorials for Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator are included.