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Axonometry Clipart1441443D text effect
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Sat, 14 Mar 2015 12:23:59 -0400Lazur URHThe idea came from Espermachine at http://www.inkscapeforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=18540.
Probably will split it into smaller parts for a better explanation. https://openclipart.org/detail/216019/3d-text-effecthttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/publicdomain/transformation parameters to map a square to the base planes of an axonometric projection with the axises projecting in directions alike
https://openclipart.org/detail/184824/transformation-parameters-to-map-a-square-to-the-base-planes-of-an-axonometric-projection-with-the-axises-projecting-in-directions-alike
Sun, 13 Oct 2013 02:19:48 -0400Lazur URHIf anyone wants to draw in axonometry, this may be very helpful.
These transformations, if used on a square with it's side being "a" long,
result in it to be transformed exactly to the shape of the base planes.
You can group a design with a square, which contains it, and if you use the mentioned transformation values, it will turn the design to be on the xy, xz, yz base planes.
In inkscape, this can make an accurate result, instead the previous method depicted on my previous upload with the transformation matrix values being used. https://openclipart.org/detail/184824/transformation-parameters-to-map-a-square-to-the-base-planes-of-an-axonometric-projection-with-the-axises-projecting-in-directions-alikehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/publicdomain/dimetry
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Tue, 08 Oct 2013 17:10:56 -0400Lazur URHFor some design I was working in dimetry, depicted with this image.
Dimetry refers to that two of the axises scale factor is the same.
That description covers a large variety of axonometric views though.
The scale factors and the angles I chose result that if you mirror the y axis along x axis, you will get z axis.
There are similar dimetry-s that are used more often, like the so-called
conventional axonometry.
Here is an image of that (original author unknown).
http://kepfeltoltes.hu/131008/konv_www.kepfeltoltes.hu_.png
Another commonly used one has it's axises at 97Â°; 131,5Â°; 131,5Â°,
and some may even use different scale factors too.
To me this one seemed a more trivial choice.
Image drawn with inkscape.
There are three invisible planes included in the svg, to make mapping of objects easier.https://openclipart.org/detail/184689/dimetryhttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/publicdomain/