An Explanation of the Drawing Systems: Planometric
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# An Explanation of the Drawing Systems: Planometric

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 Reanda A. 0 1 I don't catch the 30o/60o angles cause that would be isometric. top plane, interior space, larger view, buildings. yeah
 Godwin O. 0 0 so the best style to view a top of a house or a product is by viewing at 45o
 Godwin O. 0 0 please help me out, to let me know if i got it right
 Maverick blessyt V. 0 0 this makes sense
 Paemika I. 0 0 This drawing style is, again, one based upon a corner view. Unlike the 30o isometric style, this has its planes receding at 45o angles. This style is most commonly found when the top plane (often the roof of a house) or the interior space is the main focus of attention.
 Melissa Tanaka T. 0 0 i did not get it
 Elmira B. 0 0 Isometric style is most commonly found when the top plane or the interior space. Planometric system is more common when a larger view is required. This would be seen when a city or complex of buildings is being represented.
 Aboudi H. 0 0 not sure if i got it!
 Megan W. 0 0 Based on a corner view, uses 45 degree angles and 30/60 degree. 30/60 degree is more common when viewing a larger amount of space at one time.
 Tim W. 0 0 emphasizes top plane using 45 degree lines from a corner point. Popular game that uses this view point is: The sims
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