In addition to releasing the latest version of my Shoegnome Open Template, I’ve also recorded an ArchiCAD Rendering Tutorial video.
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There are all sorts of interesting things you can do in ArchiCAD if you simplify your Attributes to almost zero. Here’s where to start.
I recorded a quick video on modeling rocks and boulders in ArchiCAD, using imported elements from SketchUp and/or the Morph Tool.
In this blog post I convince you to watch an (almost) 11 minute video on the Undo and Redo commands in ArchiCAD by talking to you about time travel.
Align and Distribute are nothing new and I’m sure these commands are rarely (if ever) on anyone’s Top 10 Most Important ArchiCAD Features list. But they are still quite valuable. Let me explain why, plus show you some basics in the accompanying video.
A video discussing various aspects of creating a nice looking and functional window schedule in ArchiCAD using the Interactive Schedule.
Parameter Transfer in ArchiCAD (eyedropper and syringe) is an ultra basic concept. I really hope you already know everything I discuss in this video.
Do you know how to add IFC Properties to any 3D element in ArchiCAD? You should. Here are two short videos that will show you how.
In this video I talk about how to create monochromatic models in ArchiCAD. There are a few techniques and they all offer some great potential.
Creating custom empty openings in ArchiCAD is fairly easy. And it’s a great introduction into object making.
Someone asked me a simple question. So I recorded about 13 minutes of answers: it’s time to talk about Black and White (and red) 3D Documents in ArchiCAD.
Once I figured out this technique to create Complex Profile siding in ArchiCAD, my models became about 20% cooler.