Orion constellation: 2D & 3D visualization

Hi there. Heres is my project on the Orion constellation. I would like to hear if anyone can explain the axis. I was not able to recreate the image of Orion from Earth - and that leads me to doubt my understanding of the axes.
Any other comments are of course appreciated.

Here is my code

Importing libraries

%matplotlib notebook
from matplotlib import pyplot as plt
from mpl_toolkits.mplot3d import Axes3D

Orion data points

x = [-0.41, 0.57, 0.07, 0.00, -0.29, -0.32,-0.50,-0.23, -0.23]
y = [4.12, 7.71, 2.36, 9.10, 13.35, 8.13, 7.19, 13.25,13.43]
z = [2.06, 0.84, 1.56, 2.07, 2.36, 1.72, 0.66, 1.25,1.38]

2D-visualisation

fig = plt.figure()
fig.add_subplot(1,1,1)
plt.scatter(x, y, marker=’*’, s=50, c=‘orange’)
plt.title(‘2D-model of the Orion constellation’)
plt.xlabel(‘x-axis - Horisontal’)
plt.ylabel(‘y-axis - Verical’)
plt.savefig(‘Orion2D.png’)
plt.show()

2D-plot

Orion2D

3D-visualisation

fig_3d = plt.figure()
ax = fig_3d.add_subplot(111, projection=‘3d’)
constellation3d = ax.scatter(x, z, y, marker=’*’, lw=1, s=50, c=‘orange’)
plt.title(‘3D-model of the Orion constellation’)
ax.set_xlabel(‘Horizontal view (x)’)
ax.set_ylabel(‘Verical view (y)’)
ax.set_zlabel(‘Star Distance’)
plt.savefig(‘Orion3D.png’)
plt.show()

3D-plot

Orion3D