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    Introduction: Church Renovation Project

    So, I'm new to this forum, but in regards to revit.. well i'll let you decide.

    Spire Window Looking Up - Best - 10.4.10.jpg
    SouthElevation_11.2.2010_High-cg.jpg

    Both modeled and rendered, 100% Revit.

    Feedback more than welcomed.
    .Carl - Architect, BIM Manager, Father, Husband, Coach, Player, Disc Tosser, Driver... not necessarily in that order.

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    #2
    Very nice! I really like the attention to detail.
    Juan Carlos Moreno
    Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
    Sisley Cosmetics

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      #3
      Great stuff! Love the camera angel on the first one, and the lightning setting on the night shot, AND the attention to detail on both of them. Very well done :beer:
      Klaus Munkholm
      "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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        #4
        Whatever, you took an actual photograph of an existing building. :laugh:

        I wish my renderings looked half as good as those. Where's the bird **** on the first one? :laugh:
        Dan

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          #5
          Thanks to both of you. The amazing part of the first image is how simple the actual model is. Some rather fancy profiles on a very simple sweep make the model what it is. Here's a photoshop of the first one I did to make it look like it was a photo taken from a scaled physical model.

          Spire Window Looking Up - Best - 10.4.10-mini.jpg

          Thanks again.
          .Carl - Architect, BIM Manager, Father, Husband, Coach, Player, Disc Tosser, Driver... not necessarily in that order.

          Free Revit Chat | Cre8iveThings Blog | Live Architecture! | Past Live Architecture!

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            #6
            Originally posted by dzatto View Post
            Where's the bird **** on the first one? :laugh:
            HAH! I'll have to remember that for my next render material.. >_>
            .Carl - Architect, BIM Manager, Father, Husband, Coach, Player, Disc Tosser, Driver... not necessarily in that order.

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              #7
              Originally posted by revittotd View Post
              Thanks to both of you. The amazing part of the first image is how simple the actual model is. Some rather fancy profiles on a very simple sweep make the model what it is. Here's a photoshop of the first one I did to make it look like it was a photo taken from a scaled physical model.

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              Thanks again.
              Hell, I couldn't figure it out. Very nice indeed.
              Dan

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                #8
                Originally posted by Munkholm View Post
                Love the camera angel on the first one...
                Took me long enough to find it. Here is the picture that I was asked to mimic. The pic is of the original spire. The rendering is of the spire we are creating (to duplicate the original and "finish" the façade). I put the rendering next to it to compare
                DSC06201.JPG Spire Window Looking Up - Best - 10.4.10.jpg

                As you can see, I didn't quite get the patina material in the final rendering :/
                .Carl - Architect, BIM Manager, Father, Husband, Coach, Player, Disc Tosser, Driver... not necessarily in that order.

                Free Revit Chat | Cre8iveThings Blog | Live Architecture! | Past Live Architecture!

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                  #9
                  Looks like the "patina" is from the copper roof and flashing above dripping down on that expensive cut stone.
                  Sometimes this is a highly desired effect, sometimes quite the opposite! Better ask the Owner which answer they want
                  before detailing. LOL
                  Cliff B. Collins
                  Registered Architect
                  The Lamar Johnson Collaborative Architects, St. Louis, MO
                  Autodesk Expert Elite

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                    #10
                    For those of you wanting to see this being built: http://70.184.37.79/appletvid.html
                    .Carl - Architect, BIM Manager, Father, Husband, Coach, Player, Disc Tosser, Driver... not necessarily in that order.

                    Free Revit Chat | Cre8iveThings Blog | Live Architecture! | Past Live Architecture!

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