Renerabbitt

Comic Book Style Site Plan

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Just thought I'd share a method, plain and simple, the attached image is a perspective vector overview with a 10 degree field of view and all materials modified to create the look. The view is sent to layout and sent backwards in the drawing order behind a site plan with annotations only.

Enjoy!

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Rene,  The image is kinda small.  Is that uploaded from a cloud account ?  Have seen it before but not sure why it happens.

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1 minute ago, Chopsaw said:

Rene,  The image is kinda small.  Is that uploaded from a cloud account ?  Have seen it before but not sure why it happens.

I think it happens with higher resolution images? Need to click on it

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11 minutes ago, Renerabbitt said:

I think it happens with higher resolution images? Need to click on it

 

At first it would not display anything but a generic thumbnail image when clicked on.  Seems ok now.  It may have taken a while to load onto the server.  Strange though that it displays ok on the browser but when you download to view it is extremely small and low res.  I will upload what I downloaded and see what happens.

 

Nice work by the way as always. B)

 

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4 minutes ago, Chopsaw said:

 

At first it would not display anything but a generic thumbnail image when clicked on.  Seems ok now.  It may have taken a while to load onto the server.  Strange though that it displays ok on the browser but when you download to view it is extremely small and low res.  I will upload what I downloaded and see what happens.

 

Nice work by the way as always. B)

 

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Yeah you managed to save the thumbnail, maybe loading as you said, thumb is in the image title, funny...and thank you!

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Very cool way to add depth to the information being conveyed.  Top shelf work as always!

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