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Where do you do stuff like this? I want to design buildings for fun, but I am not very good a drawing and I find google sketchup pretty limiting. Does anyone have a website or tool that I could use?
Try AutoCad.
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Try AutoCad.
ew cad sucks . inventor and rivet are easier to work with with structures.
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ew cad sucks . inventor and rivet are easier to work with with structures.
Revit

but no, AutoCad doesnt suck.
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A quick revival of this thread! Please post more, its fun to see others work.

A few renderings of recent projects, first two are under construction the third is in plan check :





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Obviously it's not built, but what do you guys think of this Gothic apartment building design? Any feedback?


I could see Batman & Tim Burton living there. Gothic revival has a certain charm.
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Old Posted Oct 29, 2016, 5:37 AM
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A quick revival of this thread! Please post more, its fun to see others work.

A few renderings of recent projects, first two are under construction the third is in plan check :





Nice! Where is the middle one? Somewhere on the Central Coast? 1 and 3 are very obviously Santa Barbara esque.

What are you using for your renderings? I still do mine by hand. Local boards seem to prefer that over computer models.
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Thank, nice job you guessed it right, the middle is back in Arlington, Texas the other two on the coast
I found this guy on the internet and liked his style vs the typical 3D renderings although they are digital renderings he developed this watercolor quality. Super fast and inexpensive. PM me if you want his web contact...
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Awesome thread! We are doing kitchen building and design and here are some of our projects aquagranite.com/projects
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hehehe nice blog samlimaarchitecture.blogspot.com
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Am I allowed to post renovations of mine in here?







I've got the original stained glass for the transoms on the lefthand building and am restoring the original doors and trim around the main entrance on the right hand building. I'm also going to make replacement brackets for the cornice on the lefthand building including little spindle drip tips hand turned on a lathe. You can see where the original brackets were in five sets of two. Two sets on the left, one set in the peak, two sets on the right.
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^ Looking forward to seeing the finished product in person, followed by a trip to Dusek’s, then a trip to my project in Avondale, capped off by a beer at the Podlasie Club (we might score with some drunk Polish ladies!)
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Any update on the reno?
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A quick revival of this thread! Please post more, its fun to see others work.

A few renderings of recent projects, first two are under construction the third is in plan check :


Oooh, this is really beautiful, great work!)
This guy really knows what he's doing!
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