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one of my designs

Uploaded By: timOthyj

Tue, Aug 2, 2005

Description: Revit, used with Photoshop and Viz

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Tue, Aug 2, 2005 at 8:12:56 AM

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Xane

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Nice, very nice. May be car lights turn on ... just a little cheers

Tue, Aug 2, 2005 at 10:14:35 AM

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Mr GG

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Nice - you have got atmosphere in the image. Congratulations! I am curious - how is it done? What renderer? The sky - how is it done? Hope you will tell us a little about your secrets or perhaps there are no secrets? We can all do it?

Wed, Aug 3, 2005 at 2:15:42 AM

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undertow

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curse nice... can Revit accurender pull off a render like that? or is viz indispensable?

Wed, Aug 3, 2005 at 2:31:27 AM

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timOthyj

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How it was done....Built in Revit rendered in Viz, and edited in Photoshop cs2 The cars are cut and paste jobs with reflections mirrored, the street lights are lens flares, and the sky was done by doing a gradiant blur from a lighter color to a dark blue The streets are photoshopped you can now do perspective in the new photoshop. And the I added a atmosphere filter to give it a hazy look. Its all pretty simple. Just trial and error.

Thu, Aug 4, 2005 at 11:02:57 AM

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alfa

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this is what i call a good job, revit is useful for the project itself, for presentation we need others tools. i also use viz2006 to render my projects.

Fri, Aug 5, 2005 at 5:54:14 AM

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arttu

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how to export revit model to viz? is it possible to change somethig in revit-and it will be changed in viz at the same moment-automaticlly? where to read about it? link please...

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