Going three-dimensional in graphics

“Going three-dimensional in graphics has many advantages — at least in theory. Everyone knows how tired you will become of the same graphic element,

“Going three-dimensional in graphics has many advantages  at least in theory. Everyone knows how tired you will become of the same graphic element, however nicely drawn, when used over and over. Someone at the department has taken the time to get good reference-material and draws an airplane, a train or something else rather complicated, and of course the drawing gets stored for further use. The next time you need such an illustration you simply copy-paste the element into the new graphic. Timesaving?  Yes. Optimal solution?  Not the 10th time you do it.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE