INTRODUCTIONOblique drawing is a projective drawing of which the frontal lines are given in true proportions and relations and all others at suitable angles other than 90 degrees without regard to the rules of linear perspective

Oblique Drawing is a pictorial representation of an object, in which the diagram is intended to depict the perspective of objects in three dimensions. With the help of oblique drawing, we can easily draw any three-dimensional object in a two-dimensional plane like paper.

A cube is a three-dimensional object but when we draw the image of the cube on paper, it gives us a clear picture as to how a cube looks like. The paper is in a two-dimensional plane but a three-dimensional solid like cube can be drawn on it. This way of drawing is known as Oblique Drawing. In this type of drawing there are three axes known as the vertical, horizontal and receding lines.

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### Chapter 6 – Oblique Drawing

# Meaning of oblique drawing; Types of oblique projections; Steps involved in oblique projection

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