In this video, Chante' Bright shows you how to create a wall type legend using the annotation tools in Revit.
- Just when you thought you had as much fun…as you are having with the walls that you are placing…into your model right now,…you now have to actually create a legend out of these…so that you can show this for permitting purposes.…So a wall legend is not just a typical legend…that you're going to be drawing in for something else,…'cause there's a lot of information…that you have to add to this.…Legends now are done the same as with other pieces.…So the first thing that you're going to want to do…is you're going to go to view.…
And you're going to click on legends, which is down here.…And you have two different options,…a legends and keynote legend.…In this particular case we're doing a plain legend.…Inside of this we're going to actually call it what it is…which is a wall type legend.…And the scale is usually something…that you're going to normally see on a sheet.…So usually if you're doing your drawing…at some type of section…where you need to show detailed information,…something like that, you may do a one and 1/2 inch,…
- Setting up your project
- Creating views
- Modeling walls
- Using and modifying storefronts
- Creating wall legends with components
- Modeling ceilings
- Adding doors and openings
- Adding details such as millwork and floors
- Creating custom schedules
Skill Level Intermediate
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Revit and Dynamo for Interior Designwith William Carney4h 57m Intermediate
Initial steps1m 28s
1. Workspace Setup
2. Modeling Walls
3. Wall Legends
4. Modeling Ceilings
5. Finishing the Space
6. Final Thoughts
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