I’ve been working on a suitcase musical for quite some time. The idea is that the whole show comes out of a suitcase.
One idea I had was to project a hand-drawn theatre set behind myself. Maybe the projector could be in the suitcase!
I searched online for the rules of isometric drawing. How does one draw lines at certain angles to trick they eye into seeing in three dimensions? Instead I was directed to purchase an isometric graph paper notebook. I already love regular graph paper so I thought that sounded like a good idea.
I couldn’t find a reasonably priced isometric graph paper notebook that would be as good as or cheaper than one I could print at my local-mega-office-retailer. I searched the web high and low for a good isometric graph pdf and the best one I know of is at papersnake.org.
The pdf features nice grey lines and slightly darker grey lines every five lines or so. It is very fun to draw on.