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Old 01-11-2002, 06:02 PM   #1
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Unhappy Isometric projection

I have to create a city scape but it needs to viewd in isometric (or similar type of view i.e. no persective) bloody clients! so the question is, can this be acheived in maya?
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that sounds pretty awkwardly impossible to achieve
ive never heard of a way to do that, mayb play with your camera settings
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Old 02-11-2002, 03:16 PM   #3
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Default Definitely YES !!!!

Go to Camera attributes and check the Orthographic Views option

(you should be in a Perspective view )


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I looked into it and I agree with nem and nirsul....it's all camera settings.....I believe isometric views are 30 degrees and scaled.....at least with AutoCAD they are (I think)....hehe

gl and I hope it works out
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yah 30 degrees is the magic number ...

ps. lo all just got back from paris:p
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Default IT CAN BE DONE..YIPEE!!!

View-camera attrabutes and tick that little orthographic box duh!
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Default Re: IT CAN BE DONE..YIPEE!!!

Originally posted by Stephen
View-camera attrabutes and tick that little orthographic box duh!
Umm, Lol! .. ehh ... did you see the replys above? LmaO!

(I really can´t stop LMAO)
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