April 16, 2021 at 9:17 am #14342ChantaleKeymaster
We are excited to see your work. For the May eNewsletter our rendering focus will be the rear exterior of a home. Do you have an interesting project that had a great exterior elevation of the back of the house? Let’s see it. Share your work with the community and inspire and get inspired!
Send your renderings to email@example.com by April 29th.
Thanks!April 17, 2021 at 8:03 am #14344
Hey Merv you could submit that resort you were talking about.
And to everyone else:
I would love it if you join me and Jack, and remember no render is not nice enough.
And also remember the purpose of this is for the community members to have fun with each other and also pick up those little tips and tricks when looking at each others renders that will help take our own renders to the next level.
Have a great wknd.
ConradApril 26, 2021 at 2:32 pm #14352
3 days to go for Back of House Rendering.
I did a raised insulated dog house with laying in sun deck and step down to food bowl area.
Nice tall grass to roll in and of course self cleaning deposit area.
Free range roaming with underground wires that activate when crossed. No Shock Collar, just a voice that says ‘ Sit, good dog!’
But it is not finished so I summited something for a dog owners back of house.
JackApril 26, 2021 at 4:47 pm #14353
Good deal Jack look forward seeing it!!
I thought it was suppose to be submitted today the 26th as i looked at email but i guess it does say the 29th on here.
I submitted the back of a ranch house I’m working on did not get done with the project quite as it was just submitted to the client and they came back with some changes now.
ConradApril 27, 2021 at 12:21 am #14354
My favorite saying from old drafting days …..
You mean you want the revised revision of the original revised revision, revised?
ZApril 27, 2021 at 12:21 am #14355April 27, 2021 at 7:07 am #14357
Yeah That’s a good one but oh how true 🙂
it seems when you give people 3D’s and they can see how it looks they really make changes
ConradApril 27, 2021 at 11:50 am #14358
You are right Conrad, about 3D and changes.
I always direct customers to keep them ‘on topic’. If I don’t , the conversation gets off track and time is eaten up discussing items that will be addressed later.
For instance an addition with access from 2nd floor to 2nd floor / old to new. A bridgeway connection. If I angle the addition the connection works better because I am entering in middle of addtion which means less hallway / more living space.
I pop into 3D to show how this connection works, how it maximize rooms / minimizes traffic pattern.
The customer starts talking about exterior appearance, where windows will be etc. I have to get them back on topic.
3D is the way to go, but I work my way up to final 3D. And even then I expect changes 🙂
JackApril 27, 2021 at 3:50 pm #14359
Yea you’re correct. I like to do floor plans and electrical plans before i get started on the 3d saves a lot of work that way.
Just did a small addition to a ranch house gave the client the renders. and the only change they made was those white shutters we have on the existing house have got to go, make them black 🙂 it helps them decide colors and takes away the UHH i wish i would not have done that, even though they prolly still do that bout other things 🙂
But you’re correct the exterior appearance is important they want to make sure that the first impression jumps out at people.
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