I recently received notification that my proposal for a class on Revit visualisation was accepted for Autodesk University 2012. It’s a follow up to my lecture last year, AB5005P Life After Revit, which was a quick round up of what you can do with a Revit model in other (primarily) Building Design Suite applications. This years class is virtual, which is a bit easier than having to deliver a lecture in front of 200-300 people, and means that I may be able to enjoy a bit more of the conference, rather than focusing on preparation!
AB5300-V From Revit to Architectural Visualization in 60 minutes utilizing the Autodesk Building Design Suite, is the catchy title of this years class. The class description is:
“Following up from last year’s Life after Autodesk Revit lecture, this session focuses on maximizing your use of the Building Design Suite for the production of architectural visualization. This class will demonstrate a variety of workflows for producing presentation images from a Revit model starting point. Ranging from sketches through to real-time presentations and photorealistic material, including tips and tricks to ensure that your Revit model is set up correctly to minimize work in the subsequent applications. Learn how to make the most of the new suite workflows, moving from Revit to SketchBook Designer, Showcase, 3ds Max Design, and Composite.”
Hope to see you at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, 27-29 November!
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