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    Get your model done here

    if anyone has some house plans that they want modeled into 3D then simply attach a scaled plan here and i will model it for you.
    here are my latest efforts, the ever elusive photo realistic image is my final goal.i enjoy the work,as it helps me, so feel free to post.



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    I wish I had your ability, awesome Splitlid

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    Nice one!

    What programe do you use and where did you purchase it?

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    rendering done in artlantis 2.3 you can download a demo version here
    http://www.artlantis.com/index.php?page=download/demo/index

    BUT it is only a rendering machine, models have to be imported from a CAD tool. i use ArchiCad 12, but it does support many others, sketchup included.


    you will need a good computer as it uses alot of memory to run properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maily View Post
    I wish I had your ability, awesome Splitlid
    thanks maily,
    actually im pretty talentless, at school i could barely draw stickmen.
    the computer does all the hard work.
    i just sit back and wait.

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    that is just tanfastic marmite, are ya lining in iy yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang
    that is just tanfastic marmite, are ya lining in iy yet?
    Hmmm.... you don't drink.

    Stoned?

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    ^Been smoking salmon with the wrong sort of "herb".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang
    that is just tanfastic marmite, are ya lining in iy yet?
    Hmmm.... you don't drink.

    Stoned?

    Oxygen high

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    ok will work on plans first,
    will be a day or so ok.

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    Sweet!

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    when you see the plans that materialise Marmite, what will you do?


    Construction of Hutch

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    I shall send splitlid a greenie.

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    ok Marmite we now have the model
    is the roof right?
    what colours?
    what materials?
    floors?
    boundry walls?
    anything you want changed or added?

    make a list






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    Very nice, I am impressed! I may put my garage plans in line.

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    Nice job. That's about spot-on. Only the interior floors would be white reconstituted granite tiles, but I wouldn't bother redoing it for that.

    Obviously the interior is where all the detail is at, but it's not necessary to do a rendering of that.

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    My turn! I would like a 3-car garage with a pitched roof. The dimensions will be about 22 ft x 32 ft. The front view should show 2 single garage doors. Where the 3 garage door would go there will be a double sliding glass window and a walk in door.

    The outside walls will be light brown with a dark green metal roof.

    *wringing hands in anticipation*

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    Quote Originally Posted by splitlid
    ok Marmite we now have the model
    Ooh, I want one of those for a sound studio down the garden. I might have to scale it down a bit, but it could double as a guest house.

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    nice...

    you do construction docs as well?

    Been doing 3d work for my whole career, focused mostly on generating the drawings straight from the models...quantity survey and area take-offs too.

    Been using Architectural Desktop, Revit and Bentley, never touched ArchiCAD though. Maybe we can collaborate and help some of these guys out in a valuable way.

    Send me a PM if you got a minute. I am an architect who is camped out in phuket riding out the current financial meltdown...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rango View Post
    you do construction docs as well?

    Been doing 3d work for my whole career, focused mostly on generating the drawings straight from the models...quantity survey and area take-offs too.

    Been using Architectural Desktop, Revit and Bentley, never touched ArchiCAD though. Maybe we can collaborate and help some of these guys out in a valuable way.

    Send me a PM if you got a minute. I am an architect who is camped out in phuket riding out the current financial meltdown...
    hillbilly will work on that for you, maybe tomorrow ok.

    Rango, my construction docs usually get done locally as they are needed in thai,etc.
    mostly just do the designs/3D/walk throughs etc for customers to envisage what they could get.

    and then of course build em


    im in hua hin and willing to help out where i can as its a little slow at the moment as you probably know.would love to do some joint work if required. you would definately be able to teach me a few things

    heres a short vid of a project.


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    hi hillbilly,

    as requested, anything you want changed?
    you may want some more windows in back or sides as its pretty dark

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    Great job splitlid!

    Yes there will be some big double sliding windows (3ft x 6ft) on each side. Is there a way to extend the area where the front door is? This will basically be my shop area and will probably take as much space as a regular garage door would. Also there will be a couple of sun panels in the roof in order to gain more light.
    Last edited by hillbilly; 19-01-2009 at 10:36 AM.

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    Having a think, take out the 2 single garage doors and put in one double-wide garage door.

    You could make some money doing this, just don't start charging right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loombucket
    Ooh, I want one of those for a sound studio down the garden. I might have to scale it down a bit, but it could double as a guest house.
    Might want to install 2 sets of double glazed doors as well.

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