This is one of the few times you should be a square. After all, achieving perfect, equally measured sides and angles involves fine tuned calculations that aren't open to creativity and whims.
In this drawing tutorial, you'll find out how to create an isometric cube (that means trying to represent a three dimensional object, the cube in two dimensions by foreshortening the three coordinate axes). Yeah, we've described this cube as being pretty difficult, but the video will help you sort things out using a template and measuring scrap.
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