Isometric Grids in Python

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I love isometric views; they pack a bunch ( punch ?) of visual information and are great for sketching pseudo 3D views, making them programmatically on the other hand has always seemed daunting, at least to me, come along as I face my isometric fears and build one from scratch in python.

Here's a typical isometric Grid/Image and a simple…

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