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Friday, January 22, 2010
Difference between Isometric, Oblique and Orthographic Drawing
having the horizontal edges of the object drawn usually at a 30° angle and all verticals projected perpendicularly from a horizontal base, all lines being drawn to scale.
in which the face, usually parallel to the picture plane, is represented in accurate or exact proportion, and all other faces are shown at any convenient angle other than 90°
(both from Dictionary.com)
Orthographic: viewing the picture with only one viewpoint
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