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    Hey Guys,

    After a quick and simple solution.

    I have a basic revit model imported into photoshop and I want to post-process it with some sketch looking linework to make it look as if it has been sketched.

    I know there is a way of doing it with filters but is there any other way to create linework that makes it look roughly sketched?

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    Default Re: Sketch Linework

    you could do a search for photosketcher, pc only i think, but has a good line filter in it, and lots of other goodies too.
    Might be what your looking for.
    it's means you rendering out an image first and the putting it through this.
    It does not need installing either which is good.

    phil

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    Hi,
    Two PS plugins for this purpose: Redfield Sketch Master (no. 1 in my opinion) and Akvis Sketch.
    Also, if you use Vray for rendering you can try Toon option, it can drasticaly help you get sketchy look in post.

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    Refield sketch is good. I have used this before

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    Default Re: Sketch Linework

    fotosketchers great. works wonders.

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    Default Re: Sketch Linework

    Aint no plug in less convincing than a sketch-linework plug in.

    Print it out and trace it. It's like half hours work and will be fun too.
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    Default Re: Sketch Linework

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisparrott View Post
    Aint no plug in less convincing than a sketch-linework plug in.

    Print it out and trace it. It's like half hours work and will be fun too.
    yeah, and when they change views you'lll just have to do it all over again. export it to sketchup.

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