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    Default how do i print a project in a OBLIQUE VIEW!

    Hi guys ... AutoCAD (using 2007 Version) has Isometric views set for us, well nothing much different however This week my tutor put up a task for us ... So we have to Draw a Complex shape tile then extrude & explode ....Although this part is quite simple and straightforward i still have doubts about if i should draw in two grids one set as OBLIQUE and the other set as Isometric!!! But i still think i can easily draw in isometric then manipulate the drawing until get the coordinates for the Oblique view.....



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    do you have to draw this in 3D or no?

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    no really ... but its a complex drawing so it might be easier to draw in 3D!!!
    do you have any solution for this case !!!!
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    I think you have answered your own question in the images supplied.

    Is it to be true 3d or is it to be a work of art in which case distorted 3d is better.

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