Revit does not have any built-in tools for modeling water, though I have previously shown how you can Model Water with Topo. But this method is more of a workaround and it does not work particularly well in section.
Now with Dynamo geometry tools and a couple of nodes from Spring Nodes, you can create a solid water element that perfectly follows your Topography.
In response to a previous post on importing OSM and terrain data into Dynamo, a reader asked how to get the geometry into Revit.
There are probably multiple methods that can move geometry from Dynamo to Revit, but so far I have only used the FamilyInstance.ByGeometry node in the SpringNodes package (by Dimitar Venkov).
There are currently two methods of modeling and showing Planting families within Revit: RPC and solid geometry. The RPC (Rich Photo-realistic Content) trees are represented by two intersecting planes of a tree in elevation. Continue reading