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An orthographic drawing is a method that allows someone to represent a three-dimensional object on a two-dimensional piece of paper. By drawing the object for a various angles, the artist is able to show how the object l... More »

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An orthographic projection is a technique of presenting different views of a three-dimensional object on a two-dimensional plane, such as a drawing surface. It is also referred to as "multiview" drawing, which is a usefu... More »

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An orthographic projection is a two-dimensional drawing of a three-dimensional object, explains Engineering Essentials. The two-dimensional representation shows the three-dimensional object from six different angles refe... More »

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A cross-section drawing is a drawing that shows a cut-away portion of an object. This type of drawing is ideal for showing hidden objects within a device. More »

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To draw a turkey with your hand, trace the shape of your hand onto a piece of paper. Next, draw a beak, head, legs and wings, and color the drawing. Decorate the drawing with feathers to make the turkey's tail. More »

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