An isometric drawing is a sketch that shows a three-dimensional object on a single plane. The plane is typically a sheet of paper. The purpose of an isometric drawing is to give the draftsperson a way to show how an obje... More »

Isometric piping drawings are used to portray pipe systems in an isometric diagram that can offer depth, length and width in a single view, making it easier to read and understand. The drawings are usually drawn on paper... More »

Examples of isometric exercises include open chest presses, small bicep curls, wall sitting and small tricep extensions. Isometric exercises typically involve little movement, but muscles are contracted to their extreme ... More »

To draw Freddy Fazbear, begin with a rough sketch to serve as a guide for your drawing, then work out from the sketch, slowly adding more details until the picture is complete. When the picture is finished, erase the gui... More »

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To begin drawing a pixie, sketch a rough outline of a female human body, and draw a dress on it. Once this is done, move to the face and pencil in the eyes, nose and then mouth. Lastly, add the hair, and add wings to the... More »

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To draw a cow, sketch out an oval body, add a pill-shaped head, draw the legs and add the rest of the details. This drawing takes only a few minutes and requires a piece of paper and a pencil. More »

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The yearly salary of a sketch, or drawing artist, depends on the field of work, industry, job requirements and location. The average sketch artist makes between $40,000 to more than $100,000 per year. More »