A very balanced Celtic Triskele knot, is found in the union of three circles. Jason Bellchamber show how to draw a "perfect Triskele"
A very balanced Celtic Triskele knot, is found in the union of three circles. However in this segment the knot is filled in making it the
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How to draw a continuous Celtic Triskele knot pattern. This pattern is unique to the Rosie Priory Stone Cross, a Pictish artifact from
In this the penultimate video segment, we have the 'ribbon' of the design prepared and we will use a thick marker to start filling in the
Jason Bellchamber demonstrates how to draw a Celtic Triple spiral from the Chi-Ro page of the book of Kells. The 2nd video will be
Celtic patterns incorporate a complex juxtaposition of circles arranged in patterns such as the Dara Knot, but with patience and
Other approaches allow you to draw knots based on grids. This approach works for any shape.
In this segment, the 2nd style of Odin's Triangle is illustrated. Which, instead of being a single line interlace it has three triangles
In this first segment of 5, Jason Bellchamber shows how to draw the penciled spine of Celtic knotwork found in one of the discs of a
Using the sacred geometry within the Flower of Life to create a Triskelion. Speed draw at end of final colouring in.
Jason Bellchamber shows the 6 steps in drawing a simple Celtic Triskele knot. The earliest instance is from the Meigle Stone from
Jason Bellchamber shows how to ink around the penciled spine of this Celtic Triskele Knot. This style of design has a triskele at
This variant of Celtic Triskele knot is found on Pictish artifacts begining in the 6th-7th centuries. It is also found on Christian crosses
An interesting Triskele interlace variant from a page of the Book of Durham. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gospel_Book_Fragment_%
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A fast motion version of how to draw a Perfect Celtic Triquetra (Triskele) taken from this original video https://www.youtube.com/
Jason Bellchamber demonstrates how to draw a Celtic double spiral from the Chi-Ro page of the book of Kells. This pattern is
The final video of three segments has Jason Bellchamber inking the negative space in this Celtic illustration. If you are following
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