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This is a preliminary 3D model of my house design number 312, a Mediterranean villa, (see gallery for plans, somewhat altered in this version.)[link] Model helps me solve a few issues. Garage unit would be off to the left rear of property. Interior walls are modeled and scaled correctly. I need to learn the Component feature soon to make carved rafter tails/corbels and other details. Work in progress. (Aren't they all?)
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A Conceptual Design for Islamic History Museum

Design, visualization by me
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The admins house in the Alphacraft server. 3 Hours working on it! Don't forget to add a comment!
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Please if you use this picture make sure to credit me!
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The Glavin Residence, a project for an exclusive development in North Carolina. Main house walls on first floor are 26 inches thick, a sandwich of 8 inch stone over 8 inch aerated autoclaved concrete block with 1 inch air gaps. Cathedral ceiling in great room features two timber frame trusses with true joinery. Rear deck overlooks a steep cliff-like drop-off with a waterfall far below. Generous master suite with large walk-in closet. English arts and crafts styling combined with rustic mountain features makes for a dramatic front elevation with a unique front entry truss and beam. This is a large drawing (for me) at 18"x24", done mostly with HB pencil entirely by hand. I only use the computer to "label" it.
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I put House 338 in a deep southern coastal setting with a huge 200 year old live oak tree next to it with drooping Spanish moss. This house does not have a finished floor plan yet. There is a color front elevation study in my gallery. I consider it heavily influenced by American 1920's "Storybook Style." Of course, it has my own design details and whimsical elements. Interior is open heavy timber frame with wood paneling everywhere. Front porch welcomes you into the house. Multi-colored barrel tile roof is part of the fun! Pencil study, 2B, HB, H, 2H, a little 4H, on 8"x11" tracing paper drawn over the rough sketch. I'm putting a 3 step tutorial up too, check that out for method. Enjoy!
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Pencil sketch of some storefronts for my village center. I borrowed the building on the right from my "Unusual Houses" sketch page, and drew some storefronts in mild angled perspective from some old sketches of my own, based loosely on Dutch, English, and other town types.
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