Revit + Twinmotion 2020: Rendering a Night Scene (Tips and Tricks)

On this special Tuesday episode of BIM After Dark Live I will be giving an update on my own house project and jumping back into some Revit & Twinmotion 2020 content.

We’ll be talking about rendering night scenes in Twinmotion 2020 with Revit.

This episode was inspired by a student’s question following our Twinmotion class. She asked about making a “moody” nights scene. Then, it dawned on me, I had yet to make a NIGHT SCENE in Twinmotion.

So, I dug in, spent some time, and figured out some of the tips and tricks to creating sexy, moody, and super-fun images!

Join me live as I run through the process, highlight some tips/tricks, and create a night rendering live in Twinmotion 2020…

Oh, don’t forget to ask a ton of questions, too!

Links Mentioned:
**Links mentioned during the live broadcast will be posted here after the stream has ended **

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

My Main Revit Computer (BIMBOX) –
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! **