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You're way overthinking this; the example you've provided isn't a "true" perspective, it's an isometric projection. Each rhombus is the exact same size and angles for each of the corners. In a true perspective, the size and angles would be different for each. You definitely don't need to use the Perspective Grid to produce that effect. Essentially, ...


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You can pick helping lines with the mouse by clicking in the upper ruler and pulling such horizontal lines out, or from the left ruler, pulling them to the right, or from the corners of the ruler you can pick diagonal helping lines. Modifying them to be of self defined angle isn't possible, afaik. Maybe it is more useful to you, to draw helping lines on the ...


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That's not so much a transformation as it is a distortion. Transforming alters the entire shape, whereas distortion only alters a portion of the shape. All "transform" operations tend to alter everything at least to some minor degree. If you want the second example just draw an angled shape above the rectangles and use the Pathfinder Panel to subtract the ...



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