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Q: What is the difference between isometric and oblique projection?

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isometric view the lines in the axis are parallel dont converge. oblique view is vise versa of isometric view.

Isometric Drawing: keeps the scale the same along each axis of the drawing, use mostly in engineering. Oblique Drawing: is a type of parallel projection of an object to give it a sort of 3D effect on paper, a much simpler form of drawing.

One's a triangle.

Oblique, isometric, and orthographic

This are orthogonal, oblique and isometric

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The difference is that the Isometric projection shows more and accurate drawing than the Oblique project which is just a pictorial method.

isometric view the lines in the axis are parallel dont converge. oblique view is vise versa of isometric view.

the answer is... -OBLIQUE -ISOMETRIC -PERSPECTIVE OR -DIAMETRIC

Isometric Drawing: keeps the scale the same along each axis of the drawing, use mostly in engineering. Oblique Drawing: is a type of parallel projection of an object to give it a sort of 3D effect on paper, a much simpler form of drawing.

orthographics means line is perpendicular to the view plane,while oblique means line is not exactly perpendicular to the view plane.

1.)Oblique sketch has a more focus on the front side of an object or the face while isometric sketch focuses on the edge of an object. 2.)Oblique sketch drawn usually using the 45-degrees angle to render the third dimensions while isometric sketch drawn using 30 degrees angles.

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One's a triangle.

Oblique, isometric, and orthographic

This are orthogonal, oblique and isometric

orthographics means line is perpendicular to the view plane,while oblique means line is not exactly perpendicular to the view plane.

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