Axonometric Perspective

Axonometric perspective is a branch of orthographic, parallel perspective, which represents objects as tilted with respect to the picture plane so that all faces are visible, but not in true shape. The projectors are parallel to the picture plane and the object has all three typical planes oblique to the picture plane. It is divided into isometric, dimetric and trimetric projection. Forseth (1980) includes transmetric projection.