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Chapter 5 – Isometric Drawing

Meaning of pictorial drawing; Isometric drawing; Steps involved in isometric drawing

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Isometric drawing is way of presenting designs/drawings in three dimensions. In order for a design to appear three dimensional, a 30-degree angle is applied to its sides. The cube shown here, has been drawn in isometric projection. It allows the designer to draw in 3D quickly and with a reasonable degree of accuracy. 
Drawing in isometric projection, normally means drawing very accurately using traditional drawing equipment. This includes using T-Square, set squares and measuring accurately.
Isometric drawing is a clear way of presenting information about the physical outlook of an object. It helps students to develop the ability to draw every object to appear like a photograph. It also helps the designer to put down his ideas before going into a more detailed description of the system
Meaning of Pictorial Drawing

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