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    question in substraction to create form ?

    Hi every one i wonder how i can create this ornamental above wall or floor can i create rectangular wall then substract and if how by steps please or if there is other method please guide me and thanks for help
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    Draw the wall to base height (bottom of ornament). Go to Elevation View. Select the Wall > Edit Profile. Sketch the ornament.
    Now stay in Elevation View. Home > Model Line. Use the Pick Line tool to draw Model Lines which follow the profile of the Wall.
    Create a Profile for the stone layer on top of the wall. Simple parametric rectangle will do. Load into your project.
    Roof > Fascia. Create a new Fascia Type, apply the Profile you just created and use the Pick Line tool to select all the model lines and create the Fascia.

    And dude, find something easier to start with!!! Get the basics first and then start :banghead: on this.
    Martijn de Riet
    Professional Revit Consultant | Revit API Developer
    MdR Advies
    Planta1 Revit Online Consulting

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      #3
      Try the HELP menu for some of your questions. In Revit, go to Help, or press F1. Or browse to: http://wikihelp.autodesk.com

      Here's a link directly to an answer to your question:

      http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Revit/e...34-Editing_334
      Scott D Davis
      Sr. AEC Technical Specialist
      Autodesk, Inc.
      http://bit.ly/aboutsdd

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        #4
        F1 lead me to website of autodesk and this was annoying for me wow the link you give it to me wonderful man amazing also i browsed the book contents in amazon you told me about it , it is worthy but i am lazy to read above 1000 page hahaha

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          #5
          thanks all of you are helpful and i appreciate it
          it reminds me with archicadtalk forum i was have about above 120 questions in the first with following some tutorials in graphisoft i become perfect in archicad
          this forum is helpful and encourage me to make a move and revit is more promising

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