How to Render an AutoCAD Floor Plan with Photoshop Premium class

Alek Stanojevic, Every day is a new chance to learn a new skill!

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6 Videos (34m)
    • Introduction

      1:20
    • Converting a DWG file to PDF

      5:16
    • Adding Colors to the Floor Plan

      4:53
    • Adding Patterns to the Floor Plan

      7:42
    • Adding Shadows to the Floor Plan

      7:54
    • Adding Text and Background

      6:33

About This Class

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Dear friend,

If you ever wanted to discover the exact steps how to transform a plain floor plan created in AutoCAD into a visually appealing floor plan image filled with colors, patterns/textures and shadows by using Photoshop.

In order to start this course without wasting your time, you can download a ready-made Photoshop file with the exact same floor plan I will be using throughout this course.

>> Click here to download the floor plan (.PSD)

I will show you, step-by-step, how to:

  • Convert an AutoCAD DWG file to PDF file
  • Fill objects with colors
  • Fill objects with patterns
  • Add shadows
  • And much more!

Does it sound interesting to you?

Click the blue ENROLL button now!

See you in classes,
- Alek

P.S. If you're interested you can check my other classes too:

** Top 5 FREE Home Interior Design Tools Available Online

In this class I will show you 5 Home Interior Design Tools that you can FREELY use online in a matter of minutes.

Are you discover what these tools are?

>> CLICK HERE TO ENROLL

** 10 Websites to Download High QualityTextures & Patterns for FREE

In this class I will show you 10 great websites to download high quality textures and patterns for your design projects for free!

>> CLICK HERE TO ENROLL

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Amazing tutorial for AutoCAD lovers!
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Alek Stanojevic

Every day is a new chance to learn a new skill!

I love teaching people and doing it the right way. All classes and lessons I teach have one main goal: trying to keep it as simple as possible, so that the learners can acquire a skill with the least amount of effort.

If you are one of them, I would really like to know if I'm on the right path.

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