What do I have to type to find these tuts ? Could you link me some of them please ? Because I only found videos about people following installation instruction in the real world or the AI installationThey're done in isometric projection and the best thing you can use I guess is Ai.
There are quite a few tut's on how to so it on the net but one of the best things I've found was some simple actions for turning a flat object
into iso in the different planes.
Also, the 3D effect has an isometric option which can be quite handy at times.
I never use both and I want to learn them or at least one of them. In which software is easier designing installation instructions ?CAD or Sketchup would be easiest, but Ai would be your best best like Scotty says.
There are loads but you need to apply it in the way you want such as those like art illo's.What do I have to type to find these tuts ? Could you link me some of them please ? Because I only found videos about people following installation instruction in the real world or the AI installation
Thanks a lot Scotty your links were what i looked forThere are loads but you need to apply it in the way you want such as those like art illo's.
The thing to watch out for with iso tut's is that some are not true isometric.
Here's one for setting out an iso grid in guides. Not sure if it's true iso.
Here's one for using the 'SSR method' (Scale, Skew, Rotate) which is accurate.
In the above link it shows you the transform values but somewhere there is a set of actions that do it with one click.
You can write your own but I'll try to find if I can C+V them on here.
Edit. I tried to attach the actions file but it's not supported on here.
Yeah you right, I made a mistake.There are many more on the net but one tip, stick to proper isometric as in the SSR method and once you start building objects you can use elements over and over again by pulling out the paths and such.
I'll try to find those actions on the web and if I do I'll post a link but they were pretty hard to find first time around.
They do save a lot of time though.
BTW. They were for Ai not Ps.