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3:35 PM, Thursday January 5th 2023

Wow that was getting into eating my brain, but i suppouse that you're right, I had done many isometric and 3D draws for my carreer but I have never seen one like the left one and thinking about it you're right, but I feel I had seen that in a draw before, felt like a building falling over you, so I don't really know, but if I had to choose I think that yes, the left one is conceptually wrong...

That moved my ground, I'm going to ask a around, if I have news I'll comment in here

3:10 AM, Saturday January 14th 2023
edited at 3:10 AM, Jan 14th 2023

It's not an impossible 3D form. It's just much bigger on top than bottom, creating the visual effect.

The planes on the sides are tilted.

edited at 3:10 AM, Jan 14th 2023
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