In this video, Chante Bright shows you how to add the vertical tubes to the shelf unit by using simple modification tools.
- So now that we have the horizontal pieces in,…let's add in the vertical and really start to…make this thing look like a complete unit.…And we're really going to get lazy with it,…even though people like to use the term efficient.…We're going to go to Create.…We're going to use the Extrusion Tool once again.…Hey, why not, it's working for us.…We're going to click there.…We know our thicknesses, it's three quarters of an inch.…We know our heights, it's four foot nine.…And so, let's just use those pieces to our advantage.…Here's that tube here, 'cause I'm in wire frame,…so I can see it.…
So I'm going to click this top part of the rectangle,…and actually, I'm going to use the Rectangle Tool.…I'm going to click this top part of the rectangle.…I'm going to come down here to where it opens,…and there's my rectangular piece.…Now, I don't know if you realize this or not,…but I started in my front elevation.…'Cause remember, if you start in front elevation,…anything that you put in, it's going to go…from that zero front plane, and then back,…
- Starting a custom furniture piece
- Using extrusions, revolutions, and sweeps
- Working with components
- Applying materials
- Creating a custom material
- Adding finishing touches
Skill Level Intermediate
Revit 2019: Interior Design Project Techniqueswith Chante' Bright3h 11m Intermediate
1. Starting with the Basics
2. Continuing Practice
3. Making It Pretty
4. Marching toward Completion
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