This page's purpose is to explain further how orthographic drawing is done and to give you some examples on what to do.
Below is an example of an orthographic drawing of the three images seen below. Notice how the images are laid out together.
Look around the classroom and find as complex a shape as you think possible to draw by orthographic drawing. Draw out a rough orthographic drawing of the product. Do not concern yourself with dimensions, etc... Rough estimations to scale will do. Please hand this into the teacher. More marks will be recorded for how good the drawing is, as well as how complex the shape is that is being drawn.