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Wed, Dec 14, 2005 at 12:08:09 PM | THX again




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Paint shop was rendered in autodesk viz4 with use of radiosity, it was my first revit project. I understand why you use accurender and you are right but for spoiled greek customers render must look very real and somehow sweet. Look attached image. Designed in revit, rendered in viz4, radiosity with pixel regathering. Paint shop project was for one somehow sofisticated customer. No decorative elements and fake sweet lights. That Crete house which you modeled is very nice and it is exeption, most of housing development in Greece looks uniformal and trivial. Ill try to post something on AUGI in next few days, actualy Im not shore that I still remember my password for that forum. Toyris if you want something related to the Revit from me you can contact me!

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Wed, Dec 14, 2005 at 12:36:27 PM | RE: HI Im new a user from greece i believe the first one of my country


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Another good one ~ excellent quality RevitCity & AUGI would benefit if you posted (I can't take design credit for the Crete house model)

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Wed, Jan 11, 2006 at 11:37:04 PM | RE: HI Im new a user from greece i believe the first one of my country




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Hello every body, My name is Jaime Rios, I was born in Colombia South America and presently living in Saint Augustine, FLorida. I had the wonderful opportunity to travel to Grece many years ago and visited Athens and the beautiful Island of Crete. I wish I could return in the future to visit and to go again to all wonderful places in the Island and the country. I am very interested in the Greek architectural History. I would like to make some friends and continue learning more and more from your country. I hope you answer back and at the same time meake me remember the little greek language I learned during my visit. I really hope to hear from you. A Colombian friend living in the United States.

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Tue, Sep 26, 2006 at 2:09:33 AM | RE: HI Im new a user from greece i believe the first one of my country


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I have a list of 500+ people that have purchased Revit in Greece. My Guess is that you are not probably the first... Apo poia etaireia eiste? for support u can call ACE!

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