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Hello! I'm completely new here, so please forgive me for possibly posting this in the wrong folder. I'm using several programs/software including so I wasn't sure where it would fit the best. I'm a Swedish student and I'm doing my college thesis at the moment. For my thesis I'm creating a garage and a visualization of the garage and its surroundings. So here's my question (which might seem a bit all over the place, but I feel lost..): How would you suggest I can "easily" create a visualization that looks good for my project? It's due in less than three weeks time. I'm thinking of using Sketchup for the environment and Revit Arch. 2014 for the garage, which needs to be more detailed, and then putting the two into Lumion 2.0. How does that sound? I'm not sure which parts are better to create in which software. Ps. I'm no Revit pro, but I do alright I'll try to attach the Google maps coordinates for the area and a sketch from Sketchup that I have done of the area. https://firstname.lastname@example.org,14.807387,3a,90y,139.52h,79.76t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sUIVoFCC1formygakad_Xug!2e0 Thanks! /Mox
I have been "messing around" and reading on the visual styles with no avail. I'm trying to plot a structural detail I've drawn with crisp fine lines. My resolution keeps coming up low-res. I've set all the viewports to realistic. I tried setting the plot dialogue to realistic. My results got almost acceptable by going to "Legacy wireframe". I tried SolProf - It was extra work and didn't give me any better results. ...any thoughts? I can feel my hair getting gray-er just sitting here. Thanks, Bill