Starting today, I am launching a new Revit Landscape Training Course at Udemy.com. This is an introductory course that focuses on modeling sites and landscapes in Revit.
It is a video-based course and is specifically designed for new Revit users, so no prior Revit experience is required.
All of my recent posts on scalable landscape families made me start thinking again about how scaling can be applied to rocks and boulders. Of all the landscape families out there, they are some of the trickiest to model, mostly because of their organic shape.
I have previously posted a scalable, rotatable, and editable rock, but it is admittedly a bit unstable. So this time I decided to make a more stable rock from an import and then nest it into a Planting family to make it scalable.
Topo in Revit has several issues that make it difficult to manage. One of these issues becomes quite obvious if you ever try to model Topography on the top of a building or any other structure. It can be done, but the result is that the structure is full of Topo…