Use the Cylinder and Cone primitives to create a tool that can then be used to create a bevel on the end of a cylinder and can be saved for future use.
You can specify whether objects must be totally contained in or intersected by the marquee, or whether a center point must be contained in the marquee.
Combinations of different objects such as fixtures, soffits, walls and wall openings allow you to create a wide variety of fireplace and chimney designs.
Photographs, pictures, paintings, and signs can be created using custom materials specified as Stretch to Fit so they do not tile repeatedly.
Use a custom shaped terrain perimeter with elevation data converted into a feature then converted into a symbol to create a custom sail shade.
There are a variety of ways to create 3D signage for your plans using objects such as polyline solids, 3D molding polylines, and symbols from the Library.
Newels, balusters, and panels can be created with any 3D item that has been added to the library as Millwork.
A modified base cabinet with a custom countertop is used as a surround for a drop in tub in this Master Bath.
A symbol's orientation, origin, 2D block, name, and other characteristics can be adjusted in its Symbol Specification dialog.
Grey water recycling is an excellent way to reduce water usage because it offers a means to use some water - specifically, grey water - more than once.
Modify several items of the same type simultaneously by holding down the Shift key and then clicking or marquee selecting the desired items.
Having an area that is to small to accommodate a certain object will result in this message displaying.
When a cross section/elevation view is created, Chief Architect generates lines to represent the edges of objects that the camera is passing through.
Create objects using a variety of tools such as soffits, slabs, polyline solids, molding polylines and 3d molding polylines.
Many objects can be moved from one location to another without restrictions by holding down the Ctrl key on your keyboard.
Chief Architect provides a wide variety of materials - including numerous name brand material catalogs - that are ready to download and use. If you cannot find a suitable material, you can edit an existing material or create a new one.
An apron sink, which has a finished front surface that extends past the counter, can be placed into a base cabinet by following these steps.
3D molding polylines can be used to create an assortment of different items within Chief Architect.
Polyline solids are similar to slabs, except that they can also be drawn in cross section/elevation views and used to model a variety of objects.
Follow these steps to place certain specialty door hardware released in the Door Hardware #2 and Door Hardware #3 Bonus Catalogs.
The Extrude Object edit tool can be useful for creating a 3d solid object, like a basalt column, instantly from a 2-dimensional face object.
Use the Fireplace tool to place a fireplace then use the Fireplace Specification dialog set Hearth Depth, and firebox dimensions.