In this video, Chante' Bright takes you through initial setup for custom levels and workspaces.
- [Instructor] Once you get your project browser set…up the way that you would like, the other thing…that you want to check is make sure…that the workstation is set up the way…that you want as well.…Usually when I'm working in a project,…I like to actually split my project browser…in my Properties box and put them on two different sides…of the interface, simply because it gives me more space…to see what's inside of the Properties box itself…and what's inside the project browser, and have an idea…of all the different views that I'm working with.…And it also maximizes my drawing space…so that I don't have anything sitting…on top of the project itself.…
Secondly, after you do this, you then want to go in…and start to look at the level lines…that you have inside of your project as well.…So I'm going to actually switch to an elevation view,…and I already have one elevation pulled up.…And I'm going to make sure I add in all the level lines…that I need inside of my project.…Usually, this type of project is coming…from the architectural side, so that it is very standard…
- Setting up your project
- Creating views
- Modeling walls
- Using and modifying storefronts
- Creating wall legends with components
- Modeling ceilings
- Adding doors and openings
- Adding details such as millwork and floors
- Creating custom schedules
Skill Level Intermediate
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Initial steps1m 28s
1. Workspace Setup
2. Modeling Walls
3. Wall Legends
4. Modeling Ceilings
5. Finishing the Space
6. Final Thoughts
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