So, uh, tomorrow in school I have to create a few different sketches for a grade. I know how to draw all of them except an Isometric sketch. Can you tell me what that is?
Well, Michael, an Isometric sketch is a sketch where you can only see three sides of it- the top, the right, and the front.
...yeah, actually. Thanks for the helpful info, anyways!
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Isometric sketches are mostly made out of many lines put together to create 3D objects in a 2D space. The lines in an isometric sketch either are diagonal, or vertical. There are no horizontal lines in an isometric sketch. If you look at a few pictures of isometric sketches, and maybe watch some videos on how to do it, you can figure out how it works. Once you figure out how isometric sketches work, it will be very easy to make and draw them. Didn't they tell you how to do that in class, Michael?