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  1. I found this post on Adobe forums while looking into the subject: https://forums.adobe.com/message/4535692#4535692 There is an in-depth answer about dimetric projection and what are the dimensions we get when we use it. So if anyone's looking for something similar, I found it to be useful, so thought to share it.
  2. So there isn't a precise rule about it? Developers decide based on if it's visually appealing or not?
  3. Or to simplify the question. How much would a same dimension shorten/lengthen from z to x or y position?
  4. Hi, I was wondering when we use dimetric projection, how much percentage-wise do the sides shorten or lengthen. For example, if the object of projection is a cube, and after transforming the base, we want to use original dimension for the vertical length, what is the relation between a and a* (in percentage). In the second image the a* is somewhere around 90% of a's length. But if anyone knows if that's not correct, what should be a more appropriate correlation?
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