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Thu, Feb 8, 2007 at 4:09:20 AM | Landscape

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Hi, Guys.

Just after aby ideas on landscaping. We typically model projects and display in shaded view only, no need to go to the extent of a full render. However it would be nice to insert some landscaping that still looks effective in a shaded views. So far my expierence is that landscaping is only effective in a rendered view.

Any tips would be great.

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Thu, Feb 8, 2007 at 9:14:58 PM | Landscape

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Before I figured out the whole Revit landscape rendering thing, I used some 3d trees from AutoCAD and imported them into my Revit model.  Worked ok for me.

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Fri, Feb 9, 2007 at 12:42:47 PM | Landscape

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also in web libary in the Modern Medium section, under Site there are a bunch differnet 3d objects, including like 30 or so trees

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Sat, Feb 10, 2007 at 1:45:21 AM | Landscape

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thanks guys.

I've worked out most of those trees are just 3d autocad blocks. Ive gone through and converted allot of the old 3d trees we had in autocad to 3d revit families. I'll post them up in the downloads when im done. They look ok in the shaded views.


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