This video focuses on taking a generic wall and creating several layers of materials and sweeps.
- [Instructor] I'd like to spend some time this week…looking at how to construct a compound wall.…It does seem like a remedial topic, but I do get questioned…on how to do this from some pretty advanced users…from time to time.…So, as you can see here, I have a wall…of different materials.…Also, we have different sweeps that automatically show up…and join together at corners and intersections.…You can also see that I've extended my brick facade…down past the bottom of the wall.…Also, if I select the wall and click edit type,…and under structure, I click edit, you can look at all…the different layers and functions that are built…into this wall.…
So let's do that together.…Under projects, let's start a new one by clicking on…architectural template.…Now, on the architecture tag, let's click the wall button.…Let's use a basic wall, generic eight-inch.…Now just draw it in like this.…I don't care how long it is.…Now, let's select the wall.…
Let's click edit type.…And let's duplicate it.…Let's call it Brick with Wood Shake.…
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