can you believe this stupid thing took more than 2 hours to render?!?!?. i really need to ask my boss for a new pc at work.
anyhoo. 3d rendering has definitely gone so far since i last played with it. used to be that one had to create every single instance of every single object even if differs only slightly. and then export it to a third party rendering software and readjust everything again. now with revit,everything's parametric. you do it once, if you're not happy with sizes, you change, say, a numeric parameter, and everything defined by that adjusts accordingly. i created all the elements in this rendering (okay, except for that guy in suit, it was provided by revit) and they're all adjustable by mere changing of numeric values. yay! hahahahahaha. me's old. that i can still learn a new system is something i'm happy about. best thing about this tho is that it can render natively. all i had to do was define the sun location/time of the day, and level of cloudiness. 2 hours of wait, and presto. come to think of it, 2 hours isn't all that bad, it used to take my old pc overnight to render a scene similar to this.