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Discussion in 'Scenery, Props, and Rigging' started by Footer, Dec 12, 2008.

  1. Footer

    Footer Senior Team Senior Team Premium Member

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    Just would be interesting to see how others work in their CAD world.
     
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    LightingPenguin Active Member

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    This is just a bump to this thread, I'd really love to seem some
     
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    LightingPenguin Active Member

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    What program did you use? And, if you still have the files, post em please :D
     
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    Traitor800 Active Member

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    I used AutoCAD for all my stuff this summer. If you have access to AutoCAD and want to see more I can PM you the DWG files because while the drawings are all mine the designs are not and I would feel uncomfortable posting the entire file on here without permission from the designer.
     
  6. venuetech

    venuetech Well-Known Member

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    jpg lift.jpg new-2.jpg
    This is a SketchUp model of a lift that I am working on for Fiddler on the Roof
    once you have sketchup open you can download it from the 3D Warehouse, search for "Stage Lift"
     
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    erosing The Royal Renaissance Man

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    OT: You know the more I see what Sketch-up can do the more I hope it takes over the CAD market someday.
     
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    I have just started using Vectorworks 2008 in the last 6 months and I am in the process of building the first show I designed with it. I'd love to get some opinions on the two attached drawings for an upcoming production of The Importance of Being Earnest. One is a (furniture-less, floor-less) rendering for Act I and the other is a construction drawing for Act III. If anyone is a vectorworks pro (or semiskilled at that), I'd love to hear your thoughts on textures and applying them in renderings.

    Attachments to come as I got an error message each time I tried to attach.
     
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    PM sent, thanks
     

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