Isometric (triangular) grid
Please give us the option to display an isometric grid. Currently you always have to build one from scratch wich can be very tiring ...
Given the fact that isometric drawings have gained quite some popularity and you see them rather often on websites, it would be nice to have better tools to create these graphics, among them a proper grid.
Gravit Designer already has such an option:
Krysztoff Dorion commented
The guides & grids section has not changed and does feel extremely limited. It would be incredibly functional if you could change the angles of the grid.
For instance an isometric grid and/or to reinvent the way perspective (3D) view works. Right now perspective view has nothing to do with the regular grid in the background, which feels a bit illogical. The inclusion of an isometric grid would seem logical with the new 3D functions.
I created an isometric grid, but I get some strange snapping issues. I am trying to tweak the roundness of the angles, and sometimes, some of the triangles did not connect, even if I used the shape builder tool.
Yes i Need Isometric Grid tool
jst nt commented
Add Isometric grid/mode similar to Affinity Design.
Gaurav Agrawal commented
Today's trends to draw of isometric vector but in adobe illustrator isometric grid is missing.
Sasan Moradian commented
Even if we can switch the current perspective tools to isometric it would be wonderful.
Like how we are changing from one perspective to two perspectives, we can have a new option to change to isometric!
It would be great to have triangular grid with precise snapping besides regular square grid for drawing geometric shapes, patterns and isometric illustrations.
As a technical illustrator I typically work with isometric line art. I want to be able to draw natively in the three isometric planes, like the current Perspective Grid, only as iso. I know there are workarounds but manual grid creation is too cumbersome and should not be necessary. Also, the usual smart guides and snapping must be functional in an iso mode as well. thank you