In projections of planes inclined to both the reference planes
- draw the view that give you the true shape first
- then project the other view from it
- tilt the view, with respect to the angle of inclination given for surface first.
- get the other view by projecting from it
- now tilt with respect to the inclination given for other edgees or sides now.
For example if a pentaagonal plane given, when its surface is making angle with HP and its side making certain angle with VP.
- Draw TOP VIEW
first (True Shape)
- Draw its front view by projecting from it.
- Tilt the FRONT VIEW (Surface inclination first)
- Project from this view and initial top view to get new TOP VIEW
- Now tilt this new TOP VIEW to the inclinations with respect to VP
- Project from this view and new TOP VIEW to get FINAL FRONT VIEW
Please down load the following link and see the illustration (Powerpoint file) projections-of-planes
For problem where in surface inclined to both planes down load the following word document