My Revit Design Process: Split Level Redux (Part 1)

Grab your favorite cocktail and join me for another episode of “BIM After Dark. Live”. This week is going to be a fun one as I dive into my Revit design process on a current residential project.

I thought it would be fun to document, live, the progress of a current residential project I am working on (it’s a special one!). We are very early on in the design phase and there are some valuable tips, tricks, and processes that I want to share.

For example; documenting and modeling existing conditions, using parts to help with demolition, working with Enscape and Twinmotion as design tools, and modeling board and batten siding… Oh, and maybe some sketching, too!

Links Mentioned:
** Links will be posted after the broadcast **

Here are some links to all of the hardware and software I use:

My Main Revit Laptop (Origin EVO16S) –
My “Ultra Mobile” Revit Laptop (Gigabyte Aero 14) –
How I Record My Tutorials (Camtasia Studio) –
My Microphone (Blue Yeti USB) –
My Studio Headphones (Sennheiser HD 600) –
My Camera for Videos and Images (Canon EOS 80D) –
The Lens I use for these videos (50mm) –
My Webcam for Webinars (Logitech C922X) –
My Favorite Sketchbook (“Blank” by 30×40) –
My Favorite Sketching Pens (Sharpie “Fine”) –
Greatest Sketching Marker of All Time (Sign Pen) –

** Some of the above links are affiliate links, meaning you don’t pay anything more but I may get a small commission for a sale… Cheers! **