Autodesk Revit has a good set of tools that will help us prepare the presentation of architectural designs on a view by view bases. Once a style of presentation has been created we can even save that style as a template that can be applied to other views within a project, but that’s a story for another day.
The tools we have are various ‘Graphic Display Options’, these are available in a couple of places and offer a range of options for changing how our presentation looks and these include:
- Model Display
- Sketchy Lines
- Depth Cueing
- Photographic Exposure
In this whitepaper, we will have a closer look at Depth Cueing and these hints and tips are intended as a follow up to a previous blog post by Simon Locke, so I recommend reading his post before continuing with these extra tips. Read Simons’ blog here.
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