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This is the other side of the spectrum, good ol' isometric vectors :)

It became part of a larger infographic that a colleague of mine finished (and which I can't share at the moment). The beauty of isometric design is that once You have correctly scewed and rotated Your building blocks even larger scenes become pretty straight forward – Affinity Spotlight recently shared a great tutorial on that. The trickier parts are of course geometries at odd angles, as well as round structures.

Full disclosure: we bought a similarly looking original from iStock, but due to the messy way that vector and raster layers were intertwined we decided to use it just as a reference and rebuild the whole thing properly.

Iso World.jpg

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This looks great. (Shame we can't see the finished product but there's obviously a good reason why not, otherwise you would have shown it.)
I'm not sure I like the way the train gets blurred towards the right, but that's probably just me.
I've always been a bit of a sucker for isometric art and I don't know why. Just one of those things I guess.

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Like the plane, but the train needs a shadow to ground it and I agree with GarryP the blurring doesn't suit the art.


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