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Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 4:11:11 PM | Showing people in renderings

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Hello all. I am using Revit 2009 Architectural and I'm back to working on my rendering. I downloaded some people figures and in my renderings they are grey and solid. I see thru all these galleries of how colors of clothing are shown but I can't seem to find them or a setting for the ones I have to change them. Can anyone help or show where I can get some colored figures? I just need a few. Some seated and standing...thanks

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Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 4:35:44 PM | Showing people in renderings

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in your liabary load up an rpc person family from the entorage catagory, if it is a file you brought from 2008 you will have to reload them from the 2009 libary

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Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 4:54:04 PM | Showing people in renderings

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Thanks for the reply. I did open and load the RPC female and got the rendering to show up correctly. The thing is, like the the woman sitting down, I don't need her looking in a file folder. Is there a way to change them and such?

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Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 5:58:15 PM | Showing people in renderings

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Come on ... think the REVIT way.  When you loaded the female RPC, you got several "types".  One of them is seated, the others are not - just switch the type.  LOOK at what you already have!

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Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 6:23:02 PM | Showing people in renderings

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Thanks again, but I have found all of those different types. I am not trying to find different styles. I have a conference/seminar room and I don't need all of the same woman sitting down. Are there other sites to download or can I change the one style to give different hair color or clothes ect. to appear so I can actually have a room full of different people?

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Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 7:05:16 PM | Showing people in renderings

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There are other sites for buying RPC content. See archvision.com

They are expensive, but they have a utility for creating your own content.

The thing with people in Revit is that they are not "revit" objects per say. They are a revit family that is referencing an RPC file. So you may be able to change the person within one family, but you can not change their clothing or objects they're holding.

Basically, an RPC file is a series of still images that are combined to form a 3d "model", however, you can also make them with a single photo, but it won't have the capability to show the person from multiple angles.

Some of the RPC content from archvision, and other sources, might have the ability to change things within the RPC file, I know that cars have the ability to turn the tires and such, but I don't know if there are comparible controls for people. 


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Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 8:40:51 PM | Showing people in renderings

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Thanks so much...I was hoping for something free....but I understand. I have gotten to a decent point and still would like help but I kept the rendering simple. Thanks again.

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Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 10:31:47 AM | Showing people in renderings

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free rpc's are something you are unlikley to get.

archvision acess all areas for $500 for all of ther content is cheap! how much would you pay to get someone externally to do one rendering?

basically it all come down to how much your time is worth spend a whole day searching the web and still not get what you want or pay a few dollars and get it all.

If you a student well then hey im sure its not that bad that there are only 4-5 different people in your rendering your teachers will understand.


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Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 1:13:20 PM | Showing people in renderings

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might as well use cliparts and photoshop for your entourage-it's faster

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