Bump maps are images that are layered under the original material. The program uses the dark and light areas in the bump map to simulate changes in the surface.
Create detail drawings in your plan using the Auto Detail tool, CAD blocks from the library or manually using the CAD tools.
The Cross Section/Elevation Camera Specification dialog provides these settings to Back Clip after a certain distance, as well as Clip to Sides.
Use one of several fire materials to create a three dimensional flame by applying the flame material to a 3d object like a cylinder.
Cabinet elevations can be easily created using the Wall Elevation, and CAD Detail From View tools. Trim unnecessary lines using the Trim Objects tool.
Create 2D plan views with rendered 3D characteristics to post in a portfolio, on a website or in a brochure by overlaying a floor plan on top of a 3d model.
Create an Isometric cutaway view by using invisible walls to separate the areas and different floor structures to show the layers.
To see framing in elevation views make sure framing has been generated and that it is set to display in those camera views.
The display of posts and beams will be controlled in the Layer Display Options dialog for the appropriate layerset that you want the object to display in.
If you have saved a 3D view but now do not see its symbol in floor plan view, turn on the display of the Cameras layer in the Layer Display Options.