I'll remember that!!! (I plan to add it this afternoon so I wont forget)
But if you want to add utility stuff as finishing touch you could make them but since your project is a big one you could use the minor stuff from 3DArchive
You are using the layer option Ged?
One for the building/floors, and a separate layer for each room interior and turn only those on when working on that particular part.
This will reduce the strain on your machine and program.
Blender has the nasty habit to give you the finger without warning...
Hey Lambert, I have all the all rooms and accessories on separate layers and I do turn off what I don't need, it was totally odd but I wasn't able to extrude a particular part, even deleting and recreating it just wouldn't work, there was lots of this
I have a high spec PC with 32GB of RAM, 2 * SSD's, 6TB of storage, Intel I7 processor and GTX660 2GB GPU although I thinking of getting a new GPU
Thankfully I kept doing incremental backups along the way so it wasn't to much hassle
I have the same specs but 'only' 2TB data storage.
Unlike PS, Blender needs a good GPU.
I'm thinking on replacing my GTX660 2GB too.
I think you can set a time for the auto backup.
I did it some time ago but then it slows down the workspeed.
This is a full render of the kitchen so far, still more materials to add, there's a few issues with the cabinet handles and wall sockets are way to big only realized after starting the render but that can be fixed, not sure why the cabinet handles have different hues because they all use the same material, and the kettle handle needs a different color
Chairs need material added as does a few other things, also having issues trying to figure out the lighting
Chris and Lambert your comments and advice are most welcome, or anybody else of course
DOH, just realized I rendered this in perspective view