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Offline Andrew331

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Isometric is Cruel for me

on: November 15, 2019, 07:22:16 pm
I recently wanted to venture into making isometric,

3D cube tiles for another just-for-fun mockup,
but even making a sim ple isometric cube is difficult to me!
I aleways try and it looks wrog, i'm not even sure of what measurements I need.
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Does the cube have to fit in a 16x square if I want them to be 16x tiles? I'm really jsut lost and I can't seem to find any tutorials at all in specifics to tilesets

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Re: Isometric is Cruel for me

Reply #1 on: December 03, 2019, 03:58:05 pm
I have never tried isometric before and I'm still new to pixel art but I have something in my tutorial folder that might help you. Try drawing on this grid.

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Re: Isometric is Cruel for me

Reply #2 on: December 16, 2019, 07:12:16 pm
I'm with Quaesitor, drawing on a grid really helps out. I always use a grid when doing iso stuff. Also i'd start off with square/rectangle shapes, like simple-ikea-ish dressers, fridges, night stands etc. Curvilinear and other complex stuff can be daunting to start out with.

I'd definitely take a look at existing iso stuff to get an impression of how other artists might tackle iso stuff.  :y:

When you feel comfortable, you could post some screenshots of your iso stuff, i'd be down with doing a drawover if you need help.  :)