- What are the features of oblique drawing?
- What are the 3 types of perspective drawing?
- What are the different types of projection?
- What is a first angle projection?
- What is 1st 2nd and 3rd angle projection?
- Who Uses first angle projection?
- What is 3rd Angle Projection?
- How do you read 1st and 3rd angle drawings?
- What is 3rd angle orthographic?
- What are the 3 planes of projection?

## What are the features of oblique drawing?

In the **oblique** sketching method, the circular lines which are parallel to the front plane of the **projection** are **drawn** true shape and size. So, in this case, the circular **features** appear as a circle, not as an ellipse. This is the main characteristic **feature** of the **oblique sketch**.

## What are the 3 types of perspective drawing?

There are typically **three types of perspective drawing**: one-point **perspective**, two-point **perspective**, and **three**-point **perspective**. One-point **perspective**: One-point **perspective** is often used for compositions that look at objects from the front.

## What are the different types of projection?

**Overview**

- Multiview
**projection**(elevation) - Axonometric
**projection**(isometric) - Oblique
**projection**(military) - Oblique
**projection**(cabinet) - One-point perspective.
- Two-point perspective.
- Three-point perspective.

## What is a first angle projection?

**First angle projection** is a method of creating a 2D drawing of a 3D object. It is mainly used in Europe and Asia and has not been officially used in Australia for many years. In Australia, third **angle projection** is the preferred method of orthographic **projection**. Note the symbol for **first angle** orthographic **projection**.

## What is 1st 2nd and 3rd angle projection?

To get the **first angle projection**, the object is placed in the **first** quadrant meaning it’s placed between the plane of **projection** and the observer. For the **third angle projection**, the object is placed below and behind the viewing planes meaning the plane of **projection** is between the observer and the object.

## Who Uses first angle projection?

Orthographic Representation Third angle projection (figure 1.

## What is 3rd Angle Projection?

**3rd Angle** project is where the 3D object is seen to be in the **3rd** quadrant. It is positioned below and behind the viewing planes, the planes are transparent, and each view is pulled onto the plane closest to it. The front plane of **projection** is seen to be between the observer and the object.

## How do you read 1st and 3rd angle drawings?

**First and third angle** projections The difference between **first and third angle projection** is in the position of the plan, front and side views. In **third angle**, what you see from the right would be drawn on the right. In **first angle**, the view from the right would be projected through and drawn on the left.

## What is 3rd angle orthographic?

**Third Angle** projection is a method of **orthographic** projection which is a technique in portraying a 3D design using a series of 2D views.

## What are the 3 planes of projection?

[FIGURE **3**-2] **Projections** of the point are made onto **three** of the surfaces that make up the box: the top or “H” (horizontal) **plane**, the front or “F” (frontal) **plane**, and the right side or “P” (profile) **plane**.