Dimetric projection is a form of axonometric projection, in which its direction of viewing is such that two of the three axes of space appear equally foreshortened, of which the attendant scale and angles of presentation are determined according to the angle of viewing; the scale of the third direction (vertical) is determined separately. Approximations are common in dimetric drawings.
For illustrators, it's CAI over CAD; how creative Universal's C-P-C Group Graphics illustrators explore TriVector's 3-D capabilities. (part 2) (Prepress Imaging)
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