Interactive Workshops January 2016 (1601) – Outdoor Lighting

1602, Outdoor LIghting, archoncadRendering is a fun art of using Vectorworks and in the past we have covered lighting (1502), but we covered it from the point of view of interior and architectural lighting. This manual is about exterior lighting, which suggests that we should be looking at nighttime lighting for architectural and landscape projects.

This means that we have to think about our rendering from a completely different point of view. Instead of trying to make sure that everything is visible, we’re trying to create a mood. We have to consider things like the moon, the night sky, the lights on the building, the lights inside the building, street lights, garden lights, et cetera.

Session 1 12th January 2016 pm

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Session 2 12th January 2016 am

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Session 3 12th January 2016 pm

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Session 4 13th January 2016 pm

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4 thoughts on “Interactive Workshops January 2016 (1601) – Outdoor Lighting

    • Thank you for finding those. I was interrupted in the middle of uploading them all. You should find that they are all there. I have also uploaded the files that i used for the sessions, but they are Vectorworks 2016 only.

      • Thank you so much for sharing the working file for the session! I was actually going to ask if this might be possible, whenever it’s applicable to the topic, as it would be great to “practice” on the file that we’ve already seen.

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