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Notes: Orthographic and Isometric Perspectives

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Sara-Anne Robbins

on 8 September 2013

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Transcript of Notes: Orthographic and Isometric Perspectives

Notes: Orthographic and Isometric Perspectives
Orthographic Perspective:
representing a three-dimensional object from the two-dimensional perspectives of the top, front, and right side.
We need the Front, Top, and Right Perspective.
Example:
FRONT VIEW: The view of the figure from the front
TOP VIEW: The view of the figure from the top
RIGHT VIEW: The view of the figure from the right
Isometric Perspective:
Taking a two-dimensional perspective and using it to draw it's three-dimensional figure.
The dashed line means there is a hole or dip in the figure
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