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A Revit / Render whizz

Posted by Clare M.

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Saturday, 11th Aug 2012
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I have my 5th year University Architecture project largely designed in Revit but at the time (2008) I never completed any awesome renders or anything. (did them alternatively using photoshop and hand etc)

I would like help to complete the model and create a few fantastic (marketing quality) renders - just for personal satisfaction.

This might suit an architecture student with a bit of Revit know-how. -Runner needs to have access to Revit and any other programes required.

Update ..... Im quite keen to (some of the time) work along side who ever takes on this task as i'd like to learn a bit too. -so sydney location preferred but will consider other.

Please email me some examples of your Revit/Render capeabilities or just give yourself a bit of a spiel!

clare.[mod: email hidden to comply with Airtasker trust and safety]
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Matthew F.
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Hey Claire, your email was removed by the moderators so ive attached an example of a render i have done in Revit and then exported into photoshop to add a photo background in. Get in contact with me if this is the type of thing you are after. (The original building is the top photo and my render is the bottom) - Matt (sorry first upload didnt work)
Hey Claire, your email was removed by the moderators so ive attached an example of a render i have done in Revit and then exported into photoshop to add a photo background in. Get in contact with me if this is the type of thing you are after. (The original building is the top photo and my render is the bottom) - Matt
Hey Clare, im studying Architecture at TAFE, we use Revit heavily and do renders regularly. Shouldnt be a problem to ad the correct materials, finishes and render your files. If you want someone to show you in person keep in mind that Rendering is a very CPU intensive task and requires quite a fast computer, even then it will still take up to an hour + per view.
I have a handout my teacher gave me. It tells you what to change the settings too for the best possible render and what to use when etc.
Hey again Clare! My dad is actually an architect and uses Revit exclusively in his work. I will ask if he can do this for you!
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