Rotations about 2 Axes

In this lesson you are tasked with mentality rotating the given isometric pictorial object and drawing the object in its new position based on rotations indicated. Each rotation is a 90 degree increment and will be along one of the three principle axes, either X axis, Y-axis, or Z-axis. Rotate the object first as indicated by the blue rotation, then as indicated by the red rotation.

 
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The order of rotation matters! Always rotate according to the blue instructions first. Then rotate according to the red instructions. 

First, the above exercise is asking you to rotate the object 90 degrees in a positive rotation around the Z-axis first; this would be a counterclockwise rotation

First, the above exercise is asking you to rotate the object 90 degrees in a positive rotation around the Z-axis first; this would be a counterclockwise rotation

Second, the exercise is asking you to rotate the object 90 degrees in a positive rotation around the Y-axis second; this would be a counterclockwise rotation.

Second, the exercise is asking you to rotate the object 90 degrees in a positive rotation around the Y-axis second; this would
be a counterclockwise rotation.

Note, the new position of the isometric drawing with relation to the yellow dot, which is used to score your solution. Only the final drawing should be included when submitting your drawing; do not include any intermediate rotations.

Note, the new position of the isometric drawing with relation to the yellow dot, which is used to score your solution. Only the final drawing should be included when submitting your drawing; do not include any intermediate rotations.