Here at TheRevitKid.com, 2017 is going to be the year of "bringing sexy back". That means many of the tips, tricks, tutorials, and reviews will be related to presentation and visualization. So, for the first post of 2017 we are going to attack a common problem for many designers using Revit.
You may have made floor plans with shadows in Revit. Additionally, you may have created solar studies of your designs in Revit. If so, you have probably run into a little issue when it comes to accurately depicting sun and shadows in Revit floor plans.
By default, your shadows will reflect what the floor plan view shows, which is a cut at 4'-0" above your level. For typical presentations, this looks great. But if your goal is to accurately represent the sun and shadows within your space, cutting the building at 4'-0" will not help!
...Continue reading to view a video tutorial that demonstrates how to make floor plans that accurately represent how your sun and shadows will appear. Oh, I also touch on how to make a solar study animation... ;)