Revit 2013 eBook update by Michael Anonuevo now available at www.littledetailscount.com.
Creating Custom Revit Architecture 2013 Families, A Practical Guide for Beginners and Intermediate Users
New eBook by Michael Anonuevo now available at www.littledetailscount.com
Creating Custom Revit Architecture 2012 Families, A Practical Guide for Beginners and Intermediate Users
How do you figure out the true cost of training, and what are the different ways that you can receive training?
Creating complex family shapes in Revit Architecture 2011 Part-1; significant changes to the family editor tools; a few issues with render materials in Revit 2011; how to model a pool table.
AEC Edge Magazine release the latest issue. As usual it is packed with great information and we have a few Club Revit members featured. Lonnie Cumpton “linking Revit files” page 24 David Light “What’s new in Revit Architecture” page 48…
In order to save live Revit detail views to a file outside of the Revit model we will first need to download and install the Subscription Advantage pack from the Autodesk Subscription web site.
Upcoming post in Creating Complex Family Shapes in Revit: Part-1; putting Revit Architecture 2011 to a modeling test; Preview of pool table set and accessories
Update to previous post adding information on visibility issues with automatic sketch dimensions
Locking the center of a circle in an extrusion to the end of a reference line. Useful in many different types of family creation.
In creating complex Revit family shapes, good modeling skills is a requirement that takes time to acquire. You need patience, perseverance and an analytical mind to figure out the best combination of tools to accomplish your unique modeling tasks. If you don’t practice, it will be difficult to execute complex shapes in Revit. Although I can impart a lot of modeling techniques, there are a lot of little nuances and subtle ways that is hard to explain in the way Revit reacts depending on how you select, move or combine different tools.