When you know what Revit wants, you can combine your skills and work effectively. You can use the software to create something both functional and beautiful.
In every field, knowing just one specialty or having just one good workflow is usually not enough. You must apply the knowledge and experience you have gained after years of trial-and-error, peer assistance, reading, and doing.
I recently put together a large rendered walkthrough. I had to combine a number of skills and workflows to make this happen:
I had to accurately apply materials to objects in the model. Using physical paint samples, I had to generate accurate Revit colours – and this technique helped me.
When I wanted to quickly duplicate materials between different objects, I used this technique.
Because the walkthrough rendering was going to be very resource heavy, I used this method to distribute the rendering between different PCs in the office (without having to use Max)
Once I had a bunch of BMP files, I used this tool to rename them appropriately, then
Are your renders taking ages? Trying to output a big rendered walkthrough? No matter how fast your PC is, these things can take time. Why not enlist a few of the other computers in your office to help produce that high-resolution animation?