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i know this thread isn't really on topic of board, but i suppose /3/fags would know this

im trying to make an isometric drawing of 2 retarded pipes intersecting. I could find easily on yt how to draw the ellipse, which would represent a circle, but can't find for the ellipse which represents the intersections of 2 perpendicular cyllinders.

tl;dr not on board topic; retard needs help
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what's the problem? What you need is a circumference with a 45 degree inclination in isometric angle. Shouldn't be hard to do. Use descriptive geometry methods if you want it to be perfect.
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>>553802
dropped example pic
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>>553802
>>553803
sweet, thanks for responding
there's only 1 problem: how do I go about following your example pic?
if you don't wanna waste your time explaining, please refer to a site or whatever where i can read up or something
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>>553802
better example. shit ton of tutorials on google.
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>>553804
Follow these instructions, except tilt the reference plane by 45 degrees,
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>>553806
but aren't the sides in my case not equal? how am i supposed to follow those instructions?
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>>553806
>How to draw a circle
>draw a circle
Why does this exist




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