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How are Isometric Art Styles Created?

Isometric art is a style of drawing or illustration that creates the illusion of three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional plane. Isometric art uses parallel projection to make the objects appear equal in size and angle regardless of their distance from the viewer. Isometric art can be used for various purposes, such as architectural drawings, interior design layouts, maps, comics, or logos. Isometric art can also be combined with pixel art or lowpoly art for a retro or minimalist look.

To create the isometric art style, use parallel projection to create the illusion of three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional plane. Use drawing or illustration tools to create geometric shapes and objects that appear equal in size and angle regardless of their distance from the viewer. Use perspective and composition to create depth and scale in your scenes.

A 3d rendering of a house at night.
PROMPT: "a haunted mansion at night"

Creating Isometric Art Style Using Artificial Intelligence (AI)

The splendid news is you don’t need to have any drawing skills or software to create amazing isometric art. With Pcard, you can use artificial intelligence (AI) to generate stunning isometric images with just a few words. All you need to do is choose the “isometric” art style and type in your prompt. Here are some examples of what you can make with Pcard.

A colorful llama standing in front of a city.
Simple Prompt for an Isometric Llama in NYC

Simple Isometric Prompts

Simple prompts can achieve amazing results when applying the “isometric” art style. The prompt below focuses on the subject and surrounding elements while the Pcard image generator figures out the rest. 

A woman is standing in a field of lavender.
How to Use a Complex Prompt to Achieve an Isometric Image Art Style

Detailed Isometric Prompts

Detailed or complex prompts rarely work with isometric styles. Instead focus on the subject and what it is surrounded by. The surrounding elements can be complex but the subject can wildly change the generated image. In the example below, changing “woman” to “girl” gives unexpected results. Even adding in “white dress” can change the perspective away from isometric. The most important thing to do is to apply the “isometric” art style. You can also create on your own but it will take some time to give you the results you are looking for.

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