I am using Sharpr 3D on my iPad Pro 2021.
I can’t figure out how to draw on a newly created offset plane?
I drew 2 circles on Plane 1 (the front plane when you first open the software) each is 20mm in diameter, and they’re spread 75mm apart. See picture below.
Then I created 2 offset construction planes. Add → Construction Plane → (Type: Offset, and choose the flat surface of the circle I just drew) → Next → Drag arrow to push back (or pull forward) to create the Offset Plane.
I can create the Offset plane…but when I want to draw on them, even when plane 1 is hidden, it KEEPS sketching on plane 1, where the starting circles are.
In Fusion 360 - the FIRST STEP in drawing 2D was to select the plane you draw on. This is very frustrating!!
HOW…can I tell the software which plane I want to draw on?