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Help in sydney Australia, and textured blocks, please

Hi Everyone

Apologies for being so green, I am one of those visual learners. I am wanting to know if theres any one who lives in sydney australia, who could possibly help me with some tutoring in NXT for autocad, obviously I am willing to pay and can come to you.

Secondly, does anyone know if there are any such things as " ready made textured or rendered NXT blocks" ? cars , lights, plants xtra, if anyone can point me in the right direction it would be much appreciated. Looking forward to any help

Thanks in advance.

Alex 

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Secondly, does anyone know if there are any such things as " ready made textured or rendered NXT blocks" ? cars , lights, plants xtra, if anyone can point me in the right direction it would be much appreciated. Looking forward to any help

Apologies for being so green, I am one of those visual learners. I am wanting to know if theres any one who lives in sydney australia, who could possibly help me with some tutoring in NXT for autocad, obviously I am willing to pay and can come to you.

Go through the links and then come back and ask questions, which lots of good folks here can help you answer.

Akinlolu

I appreciate your advise, but I have looked and searched thru the links, but cannot find these add on to download, every time I find the page it does not have anything to download, I have attached an image from the video with Daniel called "Layer Material Schemes for nXtRender for AutoCAD" and that page does not exist as describe on that video. If you know where I can directly download this add on, please let me know. I have had a good look thru the links, and there are a lot of subjects that talk about textured blocks, but not where you can download them, perhaps its my ignorance , but I am trying.

Again, if anyone can help me, I'd appreciate it.

Alex

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The video you are looking at is quite old, some of these addons are directly incorporated into the newer versions of the software.

Also what king of blocks do you need as most block are created by the user (in this case you) and textured materials added too. 

So what exactly do you want or need? 

Dear Akinlolu

I am main interested in ready made blocks like trees / plants, internal furniture and lights. Again if you can point me in the right direction it would be very much appreciated my friend.

Cheers

Alex

I am main interested in ready made blocks like trees / plants, internal furniture and lights. Again if you can point me in the right direction it would be very much appreciated my friend.

Trees you can insert.

Any other things you might need have to be made by you,others or 3rd party.  You can inbox me.

Sample light from accustudio.

Thanks

Go to www.AccuStudio.com While the Layer Material Schemes may not be there, there are plenty of materials and objects for nXt.

Thankyou Daniel

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