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This paper will make my 30-60 degree right triangle almost obsolete. That triangle and other drafting tools remain from a mid-60s college course in Engineering Graphics where EVERYTHING was drawn in isometric projection.
Any chance you could make the source art available? I'd like to dim the graph lines significantly (I like graph paper where I can barely make out the lines). If not, no biggie, I can whip something up in Illustrator.
It's easily the best graph paper I've ever used.
This will come in really handy
I always find paper more helpful in initial design
Offering the Isometric graphs on high-quality paper would be a great find for those of us who are techno-throwbacks, and actually like to draw by hand. Also, consider offering Lawson Perspective Charts. While available from the Dark Side of the Internet retailers, those are folded, which imparts some distortion to the fine line printing. I have not located a supplier who sells them rolled.
I've only been on this site a couple of weeks & keep finding great articles and ideas. Thanks!!