AuthorPaul F. Aubin
NOTE: Registration for the rendering phase of Project Soane opens in January 2016. Render the Revit or RBX models in your favorite Autodesk software for the chance to win great prizes from HP and NVIDIA.
- 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
- [Voiceover] Hello, my name is Paul F. Aubin and I'm thrilled to be here presenting this course. This course brings together two projects that I've worked on over the last several years. The first is my work in creating classical architectural orders within the Revit family editor. The other is my more recent work as a contributor to the world wide crowd source effort to recreate the lost work of architect Sir John Soane at the Bank of England in London. In this course, I will explain more about what Project Soane is about and how it works. And I will give you an in depth look at exactly how I crafted my contributions to the project with practical applications from my Renaissance Revit techniques.
So, if you wanna peer back in time to rediscover a lost architectural treasure or if you like the idea of pushing Revit's boundaries and building complex forms. Or your just curious in what all this is about, well then, you've come to the right place, let's get started.
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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