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1) Set up your workspace and draw a 10mm x 10mm grid on trace paper over your croissant sections.

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2) Retracing your linework in pen and annotating dimensions can make it easier to read/understand.


3) Mark the points at which the section line intersects with the grid lines.


4) Arrange your plan at 45O and overlay a new sheet of trace paper.


5) Using the section cut line on the plan as a guide project lines upwards every 10mm apart. 6) Then draw lines at 45 degrees at 10mm apart vertically to construct a grid the same as your sections. 7) Using the sections as a guide mark on the intersection points.

5) To change the background image click anywhere on the background and select ‘Change Page Background’.


8) Join the intersection points to create the sections outline of your croissant. 9) Repeat this process for your remaining sections.


8) Join the intersection points to create the sections outline of your croissant. 9) Repeat this process for your remaining sections.


10) Scan your image and adjust levels/contrast in Photoshop so that the background is white. Note: We want you to understand the principal of setting up the axonometric so the drawing does not need to be complete. Keep within the timeframe of 3hrs for this task and try to understand the process.

9) Once changed click ‘Pages: Home’.

Croissant Axonometric  
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