We’re here in the last part of our LibreCad Tutorial: Simple Floor Plan Workflow (at least that’s what I think ☺ ). From 2 previous post, you have learned about:
Before we get into the article topic, for anyone who land on this page via referral link on social media, this post is a second part of my LibreCad Tutorial: Simple Floor Plan Workflow serie. On first part, my readers have learned about setting setup, create layer, line, copy/move, and offset object. Basically the first post show readers how to draw a as line. You can watch the youtube version here. Continue reading LibreCad Tutorial: Simple Floor Plan Workflow Pt.2
We meet again, finally!. Sorry for the long hiatus break, but I’m here again and ready with the new cg tutorial, and this time I choose LibreCad. LibreCad is a free CAD program for all platform. For a person with architecture background, I haven’t draw in CAD program for at least 5 years. My transition is like Autocad —> SketchUp —> Blender 3d —> LibreCad.
I just use LibreCad for 2 months to draw a simple floor plan. My honest opinion is the software still have limitation when it comes to architectural planning, specially for its edit tool. For more clean and effective workflow I still choose Autocad I guess. Or maybe I haven’t discover all the trick yet :). Anyway, if you just want to draw a simple floor planning workflow, LibreCad get the job done. Continue reading LibreCad Tutorial: Simple Floor Plan Workflow Pt.1
I found this beautiful short animation film, Thought of You by Ryan Woodward 5 years ago. I think someone submit it to StumbleUpon website. And now I want to feature this forever beautiful artwork, so some of you who probably haven’t seen it, will enjoy it as well. You’re welcome, by the way :). Though my background is architectural visualization, I like to drawing on my spare time and watching animation film. So when I watch Thought of You, I’m completely in awe. Continue reading [Short Animation Film] Thought of You by Ryan Woodward