Refine your Rhino skills. Learn how to create architectural documentation and presentation images—without rendering—that make your designs shine.
- [Dave] Hello, this is Dave Schultze and welcome to Rhino: Architectural Documentation. In this course, we cover various techniques to document your project with Rhino's layout pages and also create cool looking presentation images for reviews or approvals. I'll start off by using Rhino's various viewport modes for fast and easy presentation techniques with no rendering. We then design our own custom mode and learn how to save it. I'll demonstrate how to make an exploded view, an isometric view, and both together.
We then cover compositing tips in Photoshop helping you change backgrounds, add accent shading, and make your work pop. We check out the cutting plane. A cool tool for making section cuts through your building and site. We also explore the deep and powerful page layout features. These help you organize plans and details of any scale and then arrange them on multiple pages for printing. We'll be covering all of these strategies plus lots of my personal tips and tricks as we wrap up our third and final Rhino architecture course featuring the Zoomerang Pavilion and a random penguins.
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- Customizing and saving view modes
- Generating isometric and exploded views
- Exploring Make 2D
- Creating, editing, and printing layout pages