Isometric drawings. By: Curtis Denlinger. Intro. This movie includes an Isometric drawing, and a Mat Plan. Isometric Drawing: Isometric Drawings are three-dimensional drawings done on isometric dot paper of three dimensional structures made out of cubes. Mat Plans.
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By: Curtis Denlinger
- This movie includes an Isometric drawing, and a Mat Plan.
- Isometric Drawing: Isometric Drawings are three-dimensional drawings done on isometric dot paper of three dimensional structures made out of cubes.
- Mat Plan: A mat plan is a top (or bottom) view of a multiple cube solid. The number in each square is the number of cubes that stack.
- Here is another example of an Isometric drawing.
- What would the Mat Plan be?
The Mat Plan
- This Isometric Drawing could actually have multiple Mat Plans.
- Some blocks may be hidden by a taller stack.
- When given a Mat Plan, you will always know what the Isometric drawing should look like. Everything can be drawn without you having to worry about the hidden boxes.
- When given a Isometric drawing, you can look at it and know most of the Mat Plan. If the columns are too high, you can’t tell for sure if there are no boxes behind them or if there are hidden boxes behind the square
- This will be better explained visually on the next slide.
- Here’s the drawing.
- What is the Mat plan for the this drawing?
What they could look like from a different angle
- Here is the drawing from a different angle.
The possible Mat Plans
- Here are the possible Mat Plans for the previously asked question.
Important to remember
- One important thing you need to remember is to label the front and right corners on the mat plan and the isometric drawing. This way you know that you are looking at the drawing from the right angle.
- Another smaller thing that you should remember to do is shade in the exposed tops of the boxes. This way it is easier to look at and understand the drawing.
- One last thing is to remember to look over the drawing once it is done, make sure it matches up with the mat plan, and erase any unneeded lines which would make the drawing very confusing. For an example, see slide 8 and take notice of what the little man does.