Isometric art from animation and videogames
A place to share your favourite isometric artwork
Isometric drawing is a method for visually representing three-dimensional objects in two dimensions. See here for more info.
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is there a website like this but vice versa? like i want to put 2d form of it and it converts it to isometric form
How do you break isometric perspective to place something at a different angle and still keep it looking like it fits in the scene?
Very basic question here: l'm simply trying to draw a square inside an isometric circle. To draw this circle, I draw four arcs using the points A and B as centers. Now, I was hoping that I could use any point on the circle, draw a line parallel to the outside square and get another square inside the circle, but no matter what I try, I never get the square to fit. Am I missing something here? Is this isometric drawing technique correct?
A cute isometric home library, by me
I've been browsing through various isometric game suggestions, and I've noticed a trend towards games that are either dark, heavily fantastical, or lean towards realism. This trend got me thinking – are there any standout examples of games that have successfully implemented a cute, colorful isometric open world? I'm curious to explore games that have taken a lighter, more vibrant approach to this style. Any recommendations?
Note: Take the "open-world" part lightly, I could do also with a world that's not too open
A few months back someone linked a site (in a comment) where the page was a large single scrollable (left, right, up, down) gif in an isometric style. It had a some what science/fictional feelings to it. Great artwork. Anyone know? It was almost like a video game world where you just look at what's going on with the NPCs.
Heavily inspired by Evil Vithin hame
Made by me using Procreate :)
Does anyone know if there's any software where I can input orthographic projections and get an isometric view of the object?
Isometric room by Nanibanany
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