# [link] Working with Orthographic Projections and Basic Isometrics

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# [link] Working with Orthographic Projections and Basic Isometrics

Posted 05 December 2011 - 02:12 PM

http://vector.tutspl...sic-isometrics/

I have a soft spot for great orthographic drawings. I don't know why, but they are fun to look at and fun to make!

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Orthographic projections are a way of describing what an object looks like from several different views. Orthographics are also called engineering drawings or plan views. Using a set of orthographics an Illustrator can easily draw the three-dimensional object from any angle and in perspective, isometric or any number of other drawing systems. 3D modelers often use orthographics to accurately create an object in a 3D application.

Heh.. found this too!

http://www.wisc-onli...spx?ID=ENG19204

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