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Retirement CADD On A Budget

Broadstreetexpresstrain

Ok Archinect audience...I am interested In continuing my drawing -design and rendering ability into retirement on a budget for residential and small scale commercial projects.

What is you opinion of sketchup pro vs autocadd for simple ability to do 2D drawings and 3 d models with light photo real render availability......

Also do you typically import your drawings from these programs into photo shop to dress them up and add people trees and other elements...furniture and cars? 

Thanks

 
Dec 15, 19 9:03 pm
archanonymous

Rhino.

Dec 15, 19 10:15 pm

Blender.

Dec 15, 19 10:38 pm
bowling_ball

Both

Dec 15, 19 10:52 pm
midlander

sketchup is fun. it's not retirement if you've still got to use autocad.

Dec 16, 19 5:46 am
Almosthip7

Revit


Dec 16, 19 11:07 am
urbanity

sketchup pro for modeling and layout for documentation. qcad is good for importing/exporting dwg files. photoshop for fine tuning renderings. look up sketchupbook.com

Dec 16, 19 11:44 am

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