It's winter here in NZ and contrary to what the nice tourist posters tell visually, I can confirm that Auckland in the winter is pretty miserable, with rain most days.
Consequently, I'm frequently telling myself a warm office is a good place to be!
Sometimes I believe me, but I would rather be curled up at home with a good book.
Recently at work I have been asked to do a drawing showing how the hot water piping is run throughout the plant. In a previous go at this, I had a 3D model, which I exploded into lines so that everything was "X-Ray vision".
This did not work out that well as you ended up with a forest of lines which had to be grey to fade into the background. So the latest attempt involved getting a 3D model of the plant and
running my pipes around that. The buildings are just "shells" to minimise clutter, and I xref in the bits of plant that I have drawn previously.
Still not the ideal solution, and just seems a struggle.
The plant is here: http://www.chelsea.co.nz/content/about-chelsea/default.aspx
I'm starting to wonder if my approach is correct.