Link: FormZ for Architects Webinar by Evan Troxel

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I've been doing a ton of 3d modeling and rendering work in FormZ since 1994, but especially in the last few years starting again with the beta testing of version 7. It's by far my favorite 3d tool.

I'm happy to announce that I'll be hosting a live webinar for Novedge showing off some cool stuff in the latest version of FormZ on March 26th at 11am.

There are specific tools included in formZ 7 that make it a very smart tool for conceptual architectural modeling. Parametric tools that are specific to architecture include walls, stairs and more. Other helpful things like working with a combination of solids and surfaces, booleans and NURBS, 2D drawing layout abilities and several 3D rendering types make it a production powerhouse.


If you're interested in this kind of stuff and want to see it in action, I hope you will join me. The whole thing will go for about an hour. There will be a live question and answer immediately following the presentation. The video will be posted afterwards as well, so if you can't make it you'll still be able to see it. 

Click here to learn more, and to register for the event

Archispeak was on a Webinar by Evan Troxel

Webinar is not a sexy word. 


I was a guest on this month's Internet Marketing for Architects show and you can now watch it for free. It was a fun conversation with Eric Bobrow (the owner of Internet Marketing for Architects) and Neal Pann (from Archispeak). Unfortunately, Cormac got pulled away to do some "marketing" for his firm just as we were about to begin.

Eric was a great moderator, and he led our discussion. We talked about why we started and what we are doing with the Archispeak Podcast, social media platforms and which ones we use, and what productivity apps help us get our jobs done. I'm sure there was more, but this was a couple of days ago and I can't remember anything over 24 hours old.

Check it out and let me know what you think in the comments. Remember, the camera adds 15 pounds.