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Draw a X in the corner of your paper and then a vertical line straight up through the middle of the X. The vert. line represents any up/down piping. Then the lines of the X mark North,South,East and West. Start drawing lines to match the N,S,E,W, coordinates.
This, and you can get iso grid paper. I carry a bunch for sketching up things for guys who can't grasp it.
 

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That's how I do it as well. And yes the paper is handy
I have a parallel rule drawing board for larg isos
 
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I am trying to learn how to draw a proper isometric drawing. I can read them perfectly fine but when it comes to drawing them o boy :eek: I have pipes pointing in all sorts of directions lol. By and chance can anybody help with this i really need the practice, Thanks in advance.
Hey brother I know this post is a decade old but I'm in the same boat that you were. Do you have any good recommendations for any books or any ways that I can practice I have my test coming up scheduled in August.
 
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