You know why...
SO have some...
|Gangsters in Chicago|
|Inverse Kinematics (look it up) in Revit. |
"Even the developers didn't know it could do that."
|Scott Brown's "Friends don't let friends 'Split face and Paint' class about Revit for Interiors|
|Troy Gates teaches us to manage our models with Macros|
|Andy Milburn makes stuff others say can't be done|
|More coolness from Andy|
|Marcello says this is the swan song for the Revit Cow. Going into retirement.|
|Learning from our surroundings.|
The Swag Bag charger instructions were an awesome example
|possibly the best beard of RTCNA|
|Beauty and the Beast...?|
|I think we need a rule about this much Revit knowledge |
being in the same place at the same time...
|Careful, that thing might go off.|
|They let anyone in here|
Skillful use of parameters are the difference between BIM and parametric modeling. Get some information in that model, by Jove. But, beware, not all parameters are created equal!and...
Pretty straight forward stuff really. Keep your mind organized while deciding what kind of parameters to use. Definitely do not listen to The Pogues while creating parameters. Save them for hardcore geometry modeling. Maybe spin some Yo-Yo Ma. Relaaaaax.