Professional Watercolor Renderings Using Photoshop and Revit
This course fills in the gap between Revit photorealistic model renderings and the need for more painterly and stylized renderings by teaching watercolor painting methods using Photoshop. Software required: Photoshop, Robert Ardill Plugin and Action Scripts.
As a BIM professional, sometimes you need to work with non-photorealistic renderings into your work. In this course, Professional Watercolor Renderings Using Photoshop and Revit, you'll learn the process of integrating non-photorealistic watercolor painting techniques using Photoshop and Revit. First, you'll learn how to export Revit views and how to use the action scripts created by Robert Ardill to prepare Photoshop for creating realistic watercolor effects. Then, you will learn how to use various painting methods to create sky effects, landscape elements, and how to create hand drawn lines. Finally you'll learn how to convert photos of people and vehicles to hand drawn illustrations, and how to create a professional quality watercolor renderings of Revit models. By the end of this course, you'll know all of the steps that are necessary to create hand crafted and professional looking watercolor renderings of your Revit projects. Software required: Photoshop, Robert Ardill Plugin and Action Scripts.
Course SyllabusCourse Overview- 1m 49s
—Course Overview 1m 49sProfessional Watercolor Renderings Using Photoshop and Revit- 20m 50s
—Introduction to the Project 1m 38s
—Generating Sketchy Lines in Revit Views 6m 35s
—Exporting Views from Revit 5m 29s
—Installing the Watercolor Scripts in Photoshop 7m 7sOverview of the Watercolor Brushes and How to Use Them- 43m 55sWatercolor Painting the Revit Rendering- 55m 44sWatercolor Painting the Building Materials and Shadows- 46m 10sWatercolor Painting Trees and Edge Effects- 47m 26sWatercolor Painting the Site Elements, People, and Vehicles- 46m 13s