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DEX Studio, studiodex.com, is a small Venice, CA firm that specializes is residential, multi-family and commercial projects. We are seeking a drafter/detailer who is proficient in VW on a part-time remote basis. Candidates must have knowledge of interior / exterior construction for details. Please respond with any questions, I can send you samples of how we typically work.
I am looking for someone who can help me take a Vectorworks Architect small residential model and create realistic interior and exterior renderings. These renderings would be used in an advertising campaign for my firm. This would be a project for an independent contractor.
I'm looking for a capable, responsible VW drafter who'd like to participate in completing several Permit and design sets. Send me your CV and hourly rates. You don't need to be in Hawaii, but you do need to be available at set times for regular communication. Thank you, 'Ilima firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi all, Having successfully designed my first house in 3D, I'm now trying to implement BIM into a residential extension project but I am struggling to work out the best way to show the original property and the property with the extension added. Would it be sensible to build the existing model and then duplicate the entire model and add the extension? This seems the easiest way but it doesn’t feel like the correct way? I’m sure it can be done using layers and classes and turning them on/off etc. but I can't see how when it comes to merging the roofs together how to differentiate between old and new? This link should allow you access the existing model if needed. Thanks in advance. James