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Sat, Oct 28, 2006 at 7:57:10 PM | water

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How do I put water in a swimming pool?

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Sat, Oct 28, 2006 at 9:25:18 PM | RE: water

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Well, I'm guessing you are trying to render it? Or even if you're not, I guess the simplest way would be to make a new floor with a transparency and give it a water bitmap to make it look realistic. Not sure where that bitmap is going to come from though. You might be able to make one in photoshop as a last resort

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Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 1:52:41 PM | water

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Hi, I made a pool as a floor with a concrete base (core layer) & assigned a transluscent water property to the upper layer (finish 1). it works great in section but in the view, the materials misbehave. the whole floor takes the property of the water - which is trasnsluscent, & the base of the pool - which is concrete also shows transparent. please see attached cut 3d.

i tried inter- changing the layering of materials in the floors but it still looks the same. short of making an additional solid floor below is there anything else i can do to make only the water layer transparent ?

 



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Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 3:11:58 PM | water

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You can crete realistic looking water by creating a floor with one layer and giving it the 'site - water' material that ships with Revit.

See the first thread listed at the bottom listed water trick for further discussion on this.


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Thu, Nov 20, 2014 at 11:50:52 AM | water

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fresh water, no one has bathed yet

 

I made using the same methord which is eiher floor or ceiling both will work. take your time to use defferent methords. it will work, change the volume of waves and try



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