Photograph Story

Abilash had nothing to do at all and was sitting on a chair staring at his beautiful face......

He later he took a formal picture from his face to see how he looked like now and the future.

Sorry the video is tilted to the right.......

He found his childhood photo and compared to his photo now and he found out that he was more matured now! He danced with joy!

Isometric, Oblique and Orthographic Drawing Isometric means:

Isometric projection:
-It is the direction of viewing is such that the three axes of space appear equally foreshortened, of which the displayed angles among them and also the scale of foreshortening are universally known. However in creating a final, isometric instrument drawing, in most cases a full-size scale, i.e., without using a foreshortening factor, is employed to good effect because the resultant distortion is difficult to perceive.

Oblique projection:
-It is the parallel projection rays are not perpendicular to the viewing plane as with orthographic projection, but strike the projection plane at an angle other than ninety degrees.

Orthographic Projection:
-is derived from the principles of descriptive geometry and is a two-dimensional representation of a three-dimensional object. It is a parallel projection (the lines of projection are parallel both in reality and in the projection plane). It is the projection type of choice for working drawings.

Source: Adapted from: Wikipedia -