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# What methods are used to turn a flat drawing into one depth and dimension?

Updated: 9/26/2023

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Q: What methods are used to turn a flat drawing into one depth and dimension?
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### What two dimensional figure is a flat figure?

Depending on which dimension you were speaking in perspective from... from a 3rd dimensional perspective, all two dimensional figures are "flat". (Meaning they have no depth or value along the 'Z' axis.) From a 2 dimensional perspective, your version of flat might be the 1st dimension. (Meaning they have no width, or value along the 'Y' axis) If you want to go down to flat from the 1st dimension... you'll end with the single point in the origin. No length, width, or depth there! I hope that's what you were asking! :3

### What is a drawing of the earth on a flat surface?

A flat drawing of a place is.... for example, someone tells you to draw a flat drawing of a house, so you basically just draw your house at a front view, like you are looking straight at it. don't make your drawing 3-d. A flat drawing is also referred to as an 'elevation' and will include the viewer's orientation. A south elevation will be the building as viewed from the south, but again, with no perspective or depth given to it. in other words A MAP

### What are 3 methods used to show depth on a flat surface?

perspective, aerial perspective and linear perspective.

### What is a drawing of earth on a flat surface?

It is a drawing of the earth on a flat surface

### when used together, perspective and color variation create what effects for the viewer?

The illusion of depth on a flat surface.

### Is there life on a different dimension?

"Dimension" is not a place. It is a word that describes aspects of a thing. We ourselves have four dimensions. We have length, width, depth and duration. That is to say each human is a certain height, a certain width and a certain thickness - and additionally we last a certain length of time. Interestingly, we regard some life forms as flat, and thus in a sense living in the two spatial dimensions of length and width, having duration (a time dimension) but no thickness, so no depth dimension. However, we know that they do have a certain depth, just very, very minute, so these too have the same four dimensions we do. The existence of other dimensions has been speculated, and is an important facet of modern theories in physics. If so, we may "live in" (or more accurately "have") those dimensions to some minor degree, the same way a flat cell "lives in"/has the third spatial dimension.

a map

A projection

A projection

### What is a flat drawing that shows all or part of earths surface?

A map is a flat drawing that shows all or parts of earth surface.

### What is it called that is described as a flat surface with an infinite length and width but no depth?

A flat surface with an infinite length and width but no depth is called a plane.