Visualization in Autodesk® Revit® software—as with any tool (even a pencil)—isn’t an exact science. It still requires a patient, aesthetic eye. The most important thing you can do to successfully visualize your work starts with one thing: the ability to listen. That’s right—it’s your ears that make you a great artist! You need to be able to understand what your client is trying to accomplish because you’re not really trying to visualize something—you’re trying to communicate something for someone else.
In this chapter, you’ll learn to:
We believe that anyone can use Revit to create compelling, emotive visualizations. What’s really great is that your visualizations are based on the same coordinated design information you’re using to document your project. But there are a few challenges: