FREE 2D Home, Office, and Landscape Library
The free library
(OS X) and Ez-Architect
are both great drawing programs and we are giving away a FREE library of 1711 objects to all MacDraft Pro or MacDraft P.E. buyers!
This introductory offer gets all 1711 of the 2D vector objects (which are MacDraft-compatible) in our 2D Home, Office, and Landscape Library into the hands of all MacDraft Pro or MacDraft P.E. buyers for FREE.
This site, theliquidateher.com, is a new distributor of MacDraft Professional and MacDraft Personal Edition, and to launch our sales with a resounding flourish we intend to give our customers the best type of deal available with regards to Macintosh computer aided design software. Our home design software has been leading the pack for 22 years, and this is just another one of our marketing approaches that have kept customers coming back year after year.
This particular home design library, the 2D Home, Office, and Landscape Library
, is built from objects that are taken from our best home design software hits over the last 22 years. These are the most useful objects and in their most useful format.
The two best and most in-demand formats are the top and side pairs and the top/left/right/front/back quintuplets.
Top and side pairs
Top and side pairs are especially important for the following uses:
- To let the designer double check that s/he does, indeed, have the object s/he thinks he has. A rectangle may seem like it could be a tabletop, but it could be a million other objects as well, so floor plan creators like to refer to the side view it is paired with in order to ascertain that the have what they think they have, since the side view table is a dead giveaway.
- To create a side view version of their top view floor plan. From a side view one can evaluate how things look, and how they fit, in the vertical direction. One cannot tell if a picture can be placed above or below a window, from a top view, but a side view nails the issue down in an instant. What will it feel like to have a bed be under a window? A side view will tell you. A top view floor plan is critical for overall spatial planning regarding what fits where in a room or house, and assuring that there's enough room for walking without bumping into anything. But only a top view can tell you if a chandelier will scrape the heads of those walking under it.
On the other hand, objects arranged into groups of top/left/right/front/back quintuplets give a near-3D perspective on a room that trumps top and side pairs because one gets a feel for BOTH top view and side view perspectives on a floor plan simultaneously. We call it “two and a half D” because it uses objects that show perspective.
If you'd like to see how this type of use of 2D objects works, consult our Interior Design with the 2D Home, Office, and Landscape Library
tutorial. Keep in mind that if you want the best and most elegant 3D rendering of a room or house plan, you need to get our Interiors
program, and if you do you will get FREE, with our compliments, the FREE 3D Home and Office Library
which has 1718 true 3D objects.
If you'd like to see how landscape design works with the use of our top and side pairs of trees, shrubs, and garden plants, consult our Landscape Design with the 2D Home, Office, and Landscape Library