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Tutor profile: Yash G.

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Yash G.
Licensed Architect from India
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Subject: Urban and Regional Planning

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What are the elements of urban design?

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Elements of urban design arranged from macro to micro. Urban Structure Urbain Grain Density + Mix Height + Massing Streetscape + Landscape Facade + Interface Details + Materials

Subject: Interior Design

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How to create wall baseboard on Revit.

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Step 1. Select the wall Step 2. Edit Type (and Edit Structure) Step 3. Show Preview and switch to the Section view Step 4. Click the Sweeps button Step 5. Add a sweep Step 6. Choose the required properties and then apply.

Subject: Photoshop

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How to design a text mask effect?

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Step 1. In Photoshop, under FILE > OPEN the photo that you want to use. Step 2. Duplicate the photo. LAYER > DUPLICATE LAYER. Then remove the locked ‘background’ image from the Window Layers area by click/hold/dragging the locked background image to the recycle bin icon (lower right corner) Step 3. Using the TYPE TOOL, add the text you want and place it on top of the photo. Step 4. Place the background photo in the foreground. LAYER > ARRANGE > SEND BACKWARD. Now the photo layer is on top of the text. Step 5: Click on the photo in the Window Layers area so that it’s highlighted, then LAYER > CREATE CLIPPING MASK. Now you’ll see that the photo “fit” only the shape of the text.

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