Perspective is a way of representing objects in three dimensions on a flat sheet. In this representation, the frontal face, the profile and the plan of the object can be seen at the same time. We are going to use the isometric perspective, which uses the same measurement for the three main axes (x, y, z).
Below are the exercises for obtaining an isometric perspective of figures, graduated in difficulty from the basic level to the most complex level with curved objects.
All the exercises have a version with the European system of views (elevation to the right) and another unconventional version in which the elevation has been chosen to the left of the figure and the profile to the right.