Isometric drawing is a form of 3D drawing, which is set out using 30-degree angles. It is a type of axonometric drawing so the same scale is used for every axis, resulting in a non-distorted image. Since isometric grids are pretty easy to set up, once you understand the basics of isometric drawing, creating a freehand isometric sketch is relatively simple.
Benefits of using isometric drawing
Isometric drawings are very useful for designers – particularly architects, industrial and interior designers and engineers, as they are ideal for visualising rooms, products, and infrastructure. They're a great way to quickly test out different design ideas. There are a number of other situations in which isometric projection is useful. In way-finding systems, for example in museums or galleries, an isometric wall maps can show visitors where they are in the building, what is going on elsewhere, and how to get to get around. Some of the best infographics use isometric projection to enable them to show more information than would be possible in a 2D drawing. Some logo designs also use this approach to create impact.
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Students will complete 6 skilled 3D drawings. Students will learn how isometrics drawing is done and learn how to control ruler with pencil work. They will get to design a 3D house on their own.
Trial Class : $30 / 110 mins Full Class : $270 / 10 lessons / 100 mins