- Well, I hope you enjoyed this tour of Project Soane, and our little journey through Corinthian columns. So, if you want to learn more about Revit and BIM, I've got lots of courses available here in the library, and you can check them out. Here's a list of them right here. You can also visit my website if you want to learn more about what services I offer, and the various books and so forth. For example, Renaissance Revit. And I want to give a shout out to Andy Milburn once again. He's got this blog here called Shades of Grey. And he's written many, many posts on his work on the Bank of England.
So, if you want to kind of get a digest view of not only the models that you can download and look at yourself, but you want to kind of learn what was going through his mind as he was creating them, then it's a real good read. And with that, I'd like to thank you again for joining me. And I hope you enjoyed the course as much as I did.
AuthorPaul F. Aubin
- Researching source materials and source drawings
- Sketching and modeling architecture
- Setting up the project in Revit
- Modeling overall forms
- Using system families
- Adding details such as columns and moldings
- Creating an interior model
- Rendering the project
Skill Level Advanced
1. What Is Project Soane?
2. Corinthian Low-Detail Versions
3. Starting the Fine Detail Version
4. Continuing the Fine Details
5. Assembling the Corinthian Column
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