I'm having a trouble drawing this isometric shape. I hope to find the drawing for this shape. ( would be so grateful if it's drawn in that isometric cube where each square of the cube is one unit of the dimensions ) enter image description here

Edit: My try according to my understanding to the answer of @kamran enter image description here

Is it correct ?

  • $\begingroup$ @joojaa It's not duplicate. The shapes are completely different $\endgroup$ – Youssef13 Dec 30 '17 at 16:42
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    $\begingroup$ well the other option is to close this as offtopic since this is not a do my work for me or request favoirs site. Atleast as the duplicate tells you how to do it. $\endgroup$ – joojaa Dec 30 '17 at 16:47
  • $\begingroup$ in anycase your object is far simpler $\endgroup$ – joojaa Dec 30 '17 at 16:48
  • $\begingroup$ Well, I'm a beginner with drawing isometric from two orthographic views. I had drawn some other shapes, but I couldn't draw this, so can you help explaining how to draw it ? $\endgroup$ – Youssef13 Dec 30 '17 at 16:51
  • $\begingroup$ draw a isometric square with 7x9 unit size. Shift 9 units down draw a 13 x 9 square. connect the corners. Now the most complicated part is done. $\endgroup$ – joojaa Dec 30 '17 at 17:22


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Figure 1. The error.

Since there is no hidden line on the cut-away face then that edge must be in-line with the front edge. Project the bottom corner straight back as shown.

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I can help you imagine its shape and leave the actual drawing to you.

This shape was a basic 13x9x9 cube. They first cut from the bottom face a channel of 5x3, then they chamfered (cut to an angle) one side, making it to a slope!

Then they cut a trapezoid prism from top right and left side of the object but not all the way.

May be if you consider the side view as front view, and front view as side view it can help!

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  • $\begingroup$ I edited the question and added my try for drawing it. May you please look at it and tell me if there are any mistakes ? $\endgroup$ – Youssef13 Dec 31 '17 at 7:26

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