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Tips and Tricks to Make Your Revit Architecture Drawings and Presentations Look Great

Instructional Demo  ·  Las Vegas  ·  2018
Handout 57 p Presentation 68 p

Tips and Tricks to Make Your Revit Architecture Drawings and Presentations Look Great

Instructional Demo  ·  Las Vegas  ·  2018

Over the past 41 years, I have personally experienced the transition from hand drawing with pencils on velum to overlay pin bar drafting to CAD and now 3D parametric modeling with Revit. I have benefited from a hand drawing education where we were taught how to communicate graphically on a piece of paper or presentation board using time tested artistic techniques. That said, I have been using Autodesk Revit since 2003 and appreciate the truly amazing abilities and capabilities of Revit. Over the years, I have heard from older design professionals (who tend to be the decision makers in a firm) that computer generated drawings are ugly, especially Revit drawings. I still consider my drawings art and I enjoy helping others find their inner artist.
This class is my effort to teach design professionals, drafters, teachers and students how Revit is capable of duplicating all of the basic graphic techniques we used when we were producing our drawings by hand. The need to communicate graphically on a sheet of paper or computer screen is still extremely important, no matter how smart your Revit model is. The final product is still a 2D flat representation of your design and it needs to be understood by Clients, Building Officials and Contractors. Understanding basic graphic communication and drawing skills is still extremely relevant and necessary.

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Tips and Tricks to Make Your Revit Architecture Drawings and Presentations Look Great

Instructional Demo  ·  Las Vegas  ·  2017
Handout 52 p Presentation 65 p

Tips and Tricks to Make Your Revit Architecture Drawings and Presentations Look Great

Instructional Demo  ·  Las Vegas  ·  2017

Over the past 40 years, I have personally experienced the transition from hand drawing with pencils on velum to overlay pin bar drafting to CAD and now 3D parametric modeling with Revit.I have benefited of a hand drawing education where we were taught how to communicate graphically on a piece of paper or presentation board using time tested artistic techniques.That said, I now have been using Autodesk Revit since 2003 and have learned to appreciate the truly amazing abilities and capabilities of Revit.Over the years, I have heard from older design professionals (who tend to be the decision makers in a firm) that computer generated drawings are ugly, especially Revit drawings.I still consider my drawings ‘art’ and I enjoy helping others find their inner ‘artist’. This class is my effort to teach design professionals, drafters, teachers and students how Revit is capable of duplicating all of the basic graphic techniques we used when we were producing our drawings by hand.This need to communicate graphically on a sheet of paper or computer screen is still extremely important, no matter how smart your Revit model is.The final product is still a 2D flat representation of your design and it needs to be understood by Clients, Building Officials and Contractors.Understanding basic graphic communication and drawing skills is still extremely relevant and necessary.

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