One of the solutions I found is to include the rotational angel when we creating the ellipsoids.

When we call the function, and we define the rotational angle as follow:

Example-1:

Notice that we define pi/1.93, which will result in the rotational angel in my model. This will be user define and verified visually by the user.

```
# well-4
x_center = h4
y_center = k4
angel_4 = pi/1.93
x, y = ellipse(x_center=x_center, y_center=y_center, ax1 =[cos(angel_4), sin(angel_4)], ax2=[-sin(angel_4),cos(angel_4)], a=a4, b =b4)
fig.add_scatter(x=x, y=y, mode = 'lines', name='Zone-1 - well-4', fill='toself', opacity=0.5)
```

Example-2:

Notice that we define pi/1.935 to rotate the ellipse.

```
# well-5
x_center = h5
y_center = k5
angel_5 = pi/1.935
x, y = ellipse(x_center=x_center, y_center=y_center, ax1 =[cos(angel_5), sin(angel_5)], ax2=[-sin(angel_5),cos(angel_5)], a=a5-20, b =b5-140)
fig.add_scatter(x=x, y=y, mode = 'lines', name='Zone-1 - well-5', fill='toself', opacity=0.5)
```

Example-3

Notice that we define pi/1.921 to rotate the ellipse.

```
# well-6
x_center=h6
y_center=k6
angel_6 = pi/1.921
x, y = ellipse(x_center=x_center, y_center=y_center, ax1 =[cos(angel_6), sin(angel_6)], ax2=[-sin(angel_6),cos(angel_6)], a=a6-25, b =b6-140)
fig.add_scatter(x=x, y=y, mode = 'lines', name='Zone-1 - well-6', fill='toself', opacity=0.8)
```

Please see the attached figure as an example.