2009-05-29 10:13 PM
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2009-06-02 03:12 AM
Rick wrote:I agree with Erika's comment.
/... You got to do something to break any seriousness about life:)
2009-06-04 03:34 AM
2009-06-04 04:42 AM
johncassel wrote:If you don't need fancy features like line end overshoot, which I expect you get in programs like archisketchy, the answer is to simply set up several new squiggly symbol line types and use these to draw your 2d elevations.
What I am looking for is an easy way to create fast colored, sketch drawings in 2D. I do them now by hand and I'd like to be able to do them with ArchiCAD so it would be easy to work back and forth from the 2D drawing to the model and then back to the 2D drawing.
2009-06-04 06:08 AM
johncassel wrote:Moved to a wish forum, John. If you're asking for dynamic sketch styles as in SketchUp, then I understand what you're after now. Personally, I guess I don't see this as something that is done often enough that the methods given earlier in this thread aren't good enough ...and certainly a method such as Rick's cannot be automated.
...and I think that this thread can now be moved to the wish list. It really doesn't seem to be a feature that is currently available in ArchiCAD and I think that it should be.
It doesn't seem that it should be too hard. SketchUp does it right out of the box without it being a big deal. I understand that the two programs are very different but I do think that the Graphisoft wizards are up to the task of creating a way to create colored, 2D sketch drawings that can be used as a trace layer for elevations and sections.
You can do it guys. I know you can.
2009-06-04 03:38 PM
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2009-06-04 04:17 PM