TimSchrock

Custom object: Byzantine Arch

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The designer wanted to see a byzantine arch, and I knew I could model that. It's all possible within Chief 

 

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Tim, see this post about removing extra nodes on a polyline. Really helped me.

 

And, did you consider using ceiling planes instead of a solid? 

 

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For those of us that have to frame it, I guess I would use ceiling planes and beams.

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