Illustrated Floor Plan of a Convention Center
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Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show "You Are Here" signs
2013 looking north | 2013 Engine Tent
Convention Center Zoomable Maps
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Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Transit Maps
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Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Map Video
2013 54th Annual
WHAT ARE AXONOMETRIC AND ISOMETRIC ILLUSTRATIONS?:
Axonometric and isometric drawings don’t have realistic perspective. I use specific mathematical formulas to draw this way. In these images things further away don’t appear smaller and therefore have equal weight of importance to things nearby. My axonometric maps and illustrations are generally bold and have a slightly cartoon like look. This method of rendering perspective is commonly used in technical and engineering drawings. I began using this method of drawing as an illustration tool in 2007.
The difference between isometric and axonometric is isometric drawings are really just from a straight on corner angle but axonometric drawings can be from other angles. Most of my illustrations have parts that are isometric, but are largely axonometric. I have a habit of calling them all isometric, but I shouldn't.