Questions tagged [axonometric-projection]

Axonometric projection is a type of parallel projection used for creating a pictorial drawing of an object, where the object is rotated along one or more of its axes relative to the plane of projection.

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Vanishing point in perspective projection

I synchronised with @David k's first and second answer regarding perspective and parallel projection. From the first question I understand that image on the screen is typically described in horizontal ...
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Special case of perspective projection [closed]

I am reading perspective projection from computer Graphics Hearn Baker book. But two concepts are not understanding. Special cases 3 and 4 not understanding. Case:3 when zvp=0 then projection ...
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Why shearing multiplying by y? [closed]

We know that shear is transformation that distorts the shape of the object. Shear relative to X-axis that is y=0 line can be written as: x′=x+shx.y, y′=y.My question is why shx is multiplying by y,why ...
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How vanishing point and centre of projection both are same?

We know that in perspective projection object positions are transformed to the view plane along lines that converge to the projection reference (center) point like this: But many websites say that COP(...
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How to draw an ellipse inside a 30 degree projection?

I'm trying to draw a circle (ellipse) inside a projected square in DraftSight, however the ellipse is not crossing the typical points (yellow circles) Any hint?
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What type of graphical projection is this?

I have been creating 2D artwork with buildings drawn like the image above. For inspiration I have looked at a lot of isometric illustrations but obviously this is much flatter and does not have the ...
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Custom Isometric/Parallel Projection Grids

I found these attached designs online while looking for isometric illustrations. These designs are not on the standard isometric grid (30 degrees), rather they have different angles. Has someone ...
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