Isometric Design for Beginners Premium class

Hayden Aube, Illustrator & Designer

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6 Videos (23m)
    • Introduction

    • Understanding Isometric Perspective

    • Sketching a Blender (Optional)

    • Preparing Your Document

    • Designing in Isometric

    • Wrapping Up


About This Class

You asked for it so here it is!

Isometric Design is everywhere—illustrations, icons, video games, etc. And, while working in 3D can sometimes be overwhelming, it doesn't have to be! No matter your skill level or what program you are using this class is sure to start you off right with the wonderful world of isometric design.

We'll be covering:

  • the fundamentals of working in the isometric perspective
  • creating an isometric sketch
  • how to set up your document
  • converting flat shapes into perspective views
  • working with different stroke weights
  • how to easily change the colours of your entire piece
  • all sorts of tips and tricks for working in Adobe Illustrator

You'll even be getting a set of super cool actions for Adobe Illustrator that's going to make typically repetitive tasks a thing of the past.

208 of 208 students recommendSee All

Very nicely done! Teacher is very good at explaining his process, good teaching skills. Wouldn't mind a bit theory on the grid, angles, perspective, etc. But the process is really good!
I've always wanted to learn how to draw in isometric form. This is the best instruction about it that I've ever seen. Thank you to the moon Hayden! You're awesome!
Great class. It's a very nice intro to isometric drawing. The only recommendation I would make would be to demonstrate some of the basic concepts with pencil and paper first, or even do a little paper craft model demonstrating how flat sides make up 3D objects when drawn in perspective. I think this would help people who are truly new to drawing understand that spacial relationships more easily.





Hayden Aube

Illustrator & Designer


After four years designing for agencies throughout Canada and the UK, Hayden has switched his focus to what got him into design in the first place—illustration.

Now, living in Toronto, Hayden teaches online classes to 1000’s of students, works as a freelance illustrator and puts an absurd amount of time into putting happy faces on inanimate objects. And when he isn’t creating art, you can find him practicing parkour, playing board games and burning through many a fantasy novel.

Hayden has been featured on Skillshare, Redbubble, 365 Awesome Designers, Stepping Stones, Student Voices and by the Association of Registered Graphic Designers.