Working from the alps, I do support these request. As goes for a collection of larch trees in their various spring, summer autumn and winter coats
snowy trees. larch trees, farm animals, trees without leaves high shrubs and bushes to bridge the gap, undergrowth. pumpkins and courgettes, tomatos, cabage
and in the category fruit:
Apple, pear, abricot, prune, cherry, hazelnut (not a fruit :-), quince
Voila, first keyframe set to 6 PM second one to 8 Am and the sun rises in the west and goes down in the east.
This european would prefer to set the first keyfranme to 06|:00 and the second to 20:00 to avoid this funny error
Made the same mistake the other day mixing up time settings. 24 hour format would help us europeans to avoid the sun comes up in the west and goes down in the east
Easy to do in editing / post processing. Was probably done that way in this animation too. There has been done a lot of editing to get to this result.
Great news for tiled roofs and the likes.
How wil this be implemented in Revit I wonder? A dedicated material editor for revit as Revit itself does not support displacement mapping (alas)
animals like dogs cats cows sheep and horses
more boulders and rocks
fruit trees like apples and pears.
medium sized shrubs to hide the horizon
snow covered trees (I mentioned that before)
construction equipment like manitous end bulldozers
knives plates glasses etc probably pre-configured to lay a table.
Blankets and cloths to drape over couches, chairs and beds.
instance parameters on height of trees to easily ad some variation in height trough dynamo
I would like to see:
Winter trees, bare and with snow