What is an oblique pictorial drawing?


Drawing in "oblique perspective" means drawing in a way the has a slanted perspective to show multiple sides often seen in eastern artwroks of antiquity. This differs from orthographic perspective (IE silhouettes) which were used in many classical
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A technical or semi-technical drawing that contains a picture of what is to be shown. Here are some examples: http://content.answers.com/main/content/… http://www.tpub.com/
How cani draw picorial drawing.I am perfect in multi-view.But, pictorial drawing in not eassy for me what can you suggest me?If you hav sample questione of pictorial drawing send
In cavalier oblique drawings, all lines (including receding
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