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Hey 3DCG, first time here and I need some help. I mostly work with Adobe stuff and I'm very familiar with graphics software but I need to digitize a 2D cross-section of a church like in the attached picture and things need to be to scale and flexible for exports for print and further Photoshop work. I need suggestions as to what CAD / "architecture" software might do the job?

>tl;dr need software for digitizing drawings of building cross-section
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>tl;dr need software for digitizing drawings of building cross-section
Revit is extremely easy architectural modeling software and is industry standard. 3ds is good if you just want to add something into a 2D photograph because it has an option to match the perspective. Also, the modeling software in 3ds is more robust, while Revit is simpler to use, but it's more limited.



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