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The will to learn: 8 steps for learning architectural software

The will to learn: 8 steps for learning architectural software

Joe Storr

Joe Storr

November 14, 2011

Featured Contributor and Black Spectacles Author, Joe Storr, details the road that he took to learn architectural software & become a 3ds Max expert.

With 3DS Max, Cinema 4D, Revit, AutoCAD, Sketchup, and countless other options available to architects, there’s no shortage of digital modeling programs to choose from. And with ever-increasing processing power and the emergence of GPU based rendering engines, we’re beginning to see more and more firms integrating these programs into their design process.

Take our Crash Courses in design software

Take our Crash Courses in design software

GretchenLeeKelly@gmail.com

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July 27, 2011

Wish you knew how to use Revit, Sketchup, 3ds Max, Rhino, and Grasshopper? Learn the fast way—online—for only $25!

Take a Black Spectacles Crash Course to learn the tools you need for class and on the job. We'll show you how to get on your feet and bring your design ideas to life. Perfect for students to get ahead before school starts or for the more–experienced to add new software to your toolkit.

Throwback: When CAD was born

Throwback: When CAD was born

stacymorton@blackspectacles.com

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April 01, 2011

Sketchpad: History of design technology in architecture before there was AutoCad.

Get ready to jump back into the cop stash days… We’ve found how it all began: the relationship between architect and computer.  Sketchpad, developed by Ivan E. Sutherland in 1963, was the first program to merge architect and computer through computer line drawing...

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