I'm having trouble drawing an isometric view of this shape:
I've only just started an engineering course and so far it's involved a lot of drawing which I usually can do but I can't seem to figure out how to 'place' this object to make an isometric view. Am I able to make the base of the object in my drawing whichever face I want?, as I feel perhaps if I rotate it so that the face with the hole is facing the ground might make it easier to draw, or do I have to use the 20x20 square as the base like it is in the current view.
This is also kind of confusing me as well in regards to drawing it in parallel oblique view but that's another issue I guess which I'll probably be able to figure out once I wrap my head around how to attempt the isometric view.
The other shapes I've drawn (see example) felt a lot easier to simply start and don't mess with my brain like this particular shape does. It isn't being marked but I still want to understand how to do it since I'll probably have to deal with these types of shapes later on anyway and would rather have the basics down now.
I'm sorry if my explanation doesn't make sense but I'm not really sure how to word my issue at the moment.
Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.