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.
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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.
My ArchiCAD videos tend to come in pairs. Here’s the follow up to yesterday’s video. In this video I focus more on the Interior Elevation Tool itself.
Do you need to create Interior Elevations in ArchiCAD? Of course you do. We all do. Are you creating them in the best possible way? Watch this video and find out. Got something to add? Share your tips in the comments.
I’m always being asked how to get content from SketchUp to ArchiCAD. It couldn’t be easier. Here’s a video showing you how.
A quick lesson on pocket doors in ArchiCAD. The video will also teach you a little about composites and niches.
Here’s my second video on Building Materials in ArchiCAD 17. I pick up right where we left off in the last video.
I asked on the Shoegnome Facebook page what my next ArchiCAD tutorial video should be about. There was some interest in Pen Sets, but the overwhelming majority of people wanted more on Building Materials in ArchiCAD 17. So here’s the first of at least two videos.
This video is in support of this BIM Engine post I wrote. You should read that post to understand more about what’s going on. A few more notes: At the end of the video I say “copy in 3D”. I meant “copy 3D elements in elevation and section”. Obviously. Sorry …