Today I decided a blog comment would be easiest explained in video format: foundations and footings in ARCHICAD.
Getting the most out of ARCHICAD and/or BIM is about finding the balance between the automation provided by the program and manual processes that give you complete control.
This is not my best video. I am sick and rambling, but it does teach you how to model a curved wall with an irregular top surface using ARCHICAD.
When I upgraded to ARCHICAD 19, I completely redid all my keyboard shortcuts for ARCHICAD. I suggest you do the same.
Have you updated your Work Environment for ARCHICAD 19? I mean REALLY updated it? I have. Here's a video and much, much more.
If you grew up in the 80s and 90s, you played Street Fighter more than once. And like me, you didn't appreciate the amazing design of the game.
A brilliant way to get bullet proof DWG output from ARCHICAD. Your archaic DWG using consultants will be amazed and extremely happy with the results.
In addition to releasing the latest version of my Shoegnome Open Template, I've also recorded an ArchiCAD Rendering Tutorial video.
I recorded a quick video on modeling rocks and boulders in ArchiCAD, using imported elements from SketchUp and/or the Morph Tool.