Have you wonder how those icons with perspective are made? Here is the answer!!!
Axonometric Perspective simulates volume using height, width and depth. Like any perspective, we have different practical representations that will mostly be defined by the Three–dimensional element that we will draw on our 2D plane. Even if there are different types of Axonometric perspective, I will be working with the Isometric in this podcast. If you want to know more about other types, just watch the podcast :)
In this slideshow you can see the 3 simple steps you must follow to work with your Isometric Perspective in Inkscape.
And since we must always share, I have done a small Icon Pack of Isometric Icons, which I hope you like it. This pack has the following figures:
- Packing case
- Pet travel cage
- Gift box
- Sealed wood box
- Wooden crate
- Red telephone box
- Juice pack
- Tools box
- Lego bricks
I like to always share my sources (unless is work) so I have uploaded the svg to OpenClipart and IconFinder. You can download them, but remember to leave a comment and why not, send me a screenshot of where you use them!
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