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Creating isometric art work in procreate or photoshop and feeling a little boxed in? Import these templates into your project and keep them on a separate layer so you can resize and trace off non cubic isometric shapes.

Isometric Shapes by Aaron Robbins
Isometric Shapes - A

A collection of perfectly drawn non cube shapes to important as reference into your isometric Procreate projects. Import the .PNG to its own layer and draw on a different layer above it with Drawing Assist turned off.

Isometric Circles by Aaron Robbins
Isometric Circles

Perfect isometric circle for left, right, top and bottom walls.  Import this png onto its own layer and resize as needed. Use Procreate’s ellipse helper for best results.  The vertical white line next to the light grey line should stay oriented vertically, usually this is straight up and down.

Isometric Cylinders by Aaron Robbins
Isometric Cylinders

Cylinder type objects with north west and some north east orientations. Import this png and add it to its own layer in your favorite drawing app. If you are using Procreate with Drawing Assist enabled you may not be able to draw curved or certain angled lines. It’s okay, everything in this template is perfectly in isometric, so turn off draw assist or, better, put curvy isometric stuff on a non assist layer and boxy cubey stuff on your assisted layer.

Isometric Circles by Aaron Robbins
Isometric Slanted Roof

Perfect isometric circle for left, right, top and bottom walls.  Import this png onto its own layer and resize as needed. Use Procreate’s ellipse helper for best results.  The vertical white line next to the light grey line should stay oriented vertically, usually this is straight up and down.