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# What is an isometric drawing?

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A form of three-dimensional projection in which all of the principal planes are drawn parallel to corresponding established axes and at true dimensions; horizontals usually are drawn at 30° from the normal horizontal axes; verticals remain parallel to the normal vertical axis.
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# What is the difference between Orthographic and Isometric Drawings?

Orthographic drawings are typically two dimensional views of an object.  For instance, if you were designing a table, you would draw a top view, side view and a bottom view.

# Why is isometric drawing useful?

  Isometric art is mostly used for mechanical drawings, but for a visual artist or illustrator it can be very useful to practice with perspective and foreshortening. You c

# Why are isometric or oblique drawings used?

because they give a three dimensional aspect which convey a full shape description to the viewer

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# How is an orthographic drawing similar from isometric drawing?

it is very similar. An orthographic drawing shows its right,left, and top. So does an isometric drawing.

# What is the difference between isometric and oblique drawing?

  in isometric drawing the object is rotated 30 degrees

# How do you read isometric pipe drawings?

There are 2 types. 1st angle projection & 3rd angle projection. They are not drawin in cylinders. It's just lines goin in directions I.e north south east west etc.

# What are the step in an isometric drawing?

kumuha ng lapis step 1 kumuha ng papel step 2 at gawin na nagyon step 3

# How do you draw a isometric sofa?

i want 3d view living room

# How do circles appear in isometric drawings?

Circles appear in isometric drawings as an elipse.

# Who invented the isometric drawing?

First formalized by Professor William Farish (1759-1837), the concept of an isometric had existed in a rough empirical form for centuries.

# What is the advantage of using isometric drawings?

Isometric drawings are drawn to the same scale along all three axes (x,y,z) so are useful for giving a sense of relative dimensions, and three dimensional scale. Measurements

# How do you read isometric drawings?

We convert inches to mm sizes. 1 inch = 25.4 mm

# How do you make isometric drawings of pipes?

  i think u just draw cylinders...

# How do you draw an isometric projection of a hexagon?

First, you will have to draw circle, and with exact measuring then draw a hexagon. Then make it a cube, and on the top side of this square divide each side by a dot and connec

# How will a circle appear on an isometric drawing?

An isometric view necessarily should have two side views and either  top or bottom view incorporated to be drawn in a single drawing. In  order to represent top 0r bottom vi