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I wanted to know which visualisation software is used to create the attached image. It seems to be a 3d form with some post production using photoshop i guess. Any help??
You can do that with a variety of software. Revit, SketchUp, CAD, et cetera. Photoshop was more than likely involved. Cool diagram.
If I were to make it, I'd use Revit to do all the mass and shadow work and Photoshop to add the people, trees, text, and color.
as jdparnell1218 stated there is a lot of 3d modeling software that could do that. However I am not quite sure that photoshop was used. To me it looks like it was all done with the help of Illustrator. http://paramod2.blogspot.com/2009/09/rhino-surface-soild-to-line-drawing.html is a good tutorial on taking a basic Rhino file and making it look nice in Illustartor.
^ I second lukeggg.
I'm guessing rhino and illustrator. Look up the make2d command for rhino
^ I second this... rhino+illustrator
Thanks everyone. I am still a beginner in Rhino. Let me try that anyways.
Meanwhile, if anyone can provide links for tutorials for making these kind of diagrams, plz share a link here.
@lukeggg: The link seems dead.
@Prasoon: The link still works for me, I just checked.
Another good resource for going from Rhino to Illustrator is Nick Senske. Here is one of his playlists. Videos 1-6 do a pretty good job of going through the entire process of using rhino, make2d, and changing attributes in Illustrator. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhvDrca5Bkqovs2R52FtRMJ5r1UeED9vz
Great!! Thanks lukeggg...