ISOMETRIC AND PERSPECTIVE VIEWSBASICS
It is drawn by imagining the objects principalthree edges making equal angles with the plane of projection.•
It is drawn to show the upper part in moredetails. The objects principal edges are imagined to be making 60
on one side and 30
on other side with the horizontal plane.•
When one side of object is to be shown clearly, this view is used. The front object is kept parallel to the plane of projections and one edge is inclined at 30
to the horizontal.•
It shows an object in its true shape as itappears to the eye.