Oblique drawing

Unlock your creativity with oblique drawing and learn how to create stunning 3D representations. Explore these techniques to bring depth and dimension to your designs.
Figure 9: Parallel or perspective projections. The projections in the first row are projections where the projection plane is orthogonal to the projection direction. These projections are also named axonometric by certain authors (Gourret, 1994). The projections in the second row are oblique projections, where the projection plane is not orthogonal to the projection direction. The trimetric projection is the usual case of axonometric projection. In the dimetric projection, two of the axes are at Perspective, Geometry, Geometric Construction, Isometric Drawing Exercises, Isometric Drawing, Art Courses, Isometric, Orthographic Projection, Architecture Drawing

Figure 9: Parallel or perspective projections. The projections in the first row are projections where the projection plane is orthogonal to the projection direction. These projections are also named axonometric by certain authors (Gourret, 1994). The projections in the second row are oblique projections, where the projection plane is not orthogonal to the projection direction. The trimetric projection is the usual case of axonometric projection. In the dimetric projection, two of the axes…

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