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stuntmonkee
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Back In The Swing

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02-11-2004 08:59 AM
I recently changed firms, and was work back on ADT for several months, but after a few persuasive talks, and convincing that if we did our 3d rendering in Revit instead of Viz, or Max, not only would they be able to get the model, but also sections, elevations, and not have to train me right away to re-learn Viz right now. So now they are all hooked, and I have complete freedom to take the rendering as far as I wish.

So that brings me to my question of where some good sites for 3D info that pertains to Revit/Accurender/RPC. I use RUGI, and have uploaded a few models, and I have been checkin the RPC site, and I really need the RPC3 plug-in to work with Revit, but I guess we have to wait till version 7. So do you guys have any ideas for band-aids till then. Some good cars & objects or just materials?

Thanks
Stunts
*Greg Cashen
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Re: Back In The Swing

02-11-2004 09:40 AM in reply to: stuntmonkee
Definitely check out accustudio.com and post requests at zoogdesign.com/forums "stuntmonkee" wrote in message news:4328255.1076518791070.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > I recently changed firms, and was work back on ADT for several months, but after a few persuasive talks, and convincing that if we did our 3d rendering in Revit instead of Viz, or Max, not only would they be able to get the model, but also sections, elevations, and not have to train me right away to re-learn Viz right now. So now they are all hooked, and I have complete freedom to take the rendering as far as I wish. > > So that brings me to my question of where some good sites for 3D info that pertains to Revit/Accurender/RPC. I use RUGI, and have uploaded a few models, and I have been checkin the RPC site, and I really need the RPC3 plug-in to work with Revit, but I guess we have to wait till version 7. So do you guys have any ideas for band-aids till then. Some good cars & objects or just materials? > > Thanks > Stunts

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