NB: I have just switched from Windows to Linux and and don't know how to properly use it yet - but I'm mentioning this only because certain programs work with Linux
I've just bought a house which I am re designing structually. I have an architect but he does not do 3D graphics - he simply does a drawing.
I'm looking for a 3D program that is easy to learn - not too technical. Ideally what I'm looking for is a program that lets me move walls, doors, windows etc etc to see how they look and then to be able to move that wall to a different place.
Basically, I am wanting a program that lets me move stuff around to different areas to see how they work. Size of window / shape etc.
I am not computer graphically adept so need a good program that gives easy to use guides.
Or if anyone happens to be a 3D graphical designer for house and garden stuff, then I could really really use your help.
I need to get the structural plans submitted to two councils asap, so that construction can begin in January.
I have the architects drawings - would they help to use in a program.
I also have tons of photo's taken at many different angles...??
Edited by nat, 16 October 2007 - 01:39 PM.