How to Draw a Celtic / Viking Knot - Easy Tutorial





Introduction: How to Draw a Celtic / Viking Knot - Easy Tutorial

Allright, I'll show you, how to draw celtic/viking knot easy and quickly, just follow my instructions, be carefull, use the dots (they're very helpful! ) and think! ;)
I can't speak english very well, so if you won't understand the steps, look at the photos. I'm sure you'll figure it out!

1) First, start with making a grid of dots 4 x 6 (you can make diferent grid). 

2) Add more dots in centre of "squares" (if you don't know, what I'm talking about, just look at the photos ;) )

3) Add a cross in the middle (as you change these lines, the pattern will be diferent ;) ) and make border lines by conecting outer dots.

4) Make some "hooks" around the dots in the corners and add the second lines

5) Do some more lines and the pattern will slowly come to you.

6) Don't forget to be careful and watch the "under" and "above" paths

7) In the end just highlight all the lines and fill the white gaps between them.

8) You're done ;)

If you have any questions feel free to write me a comment

Hope you like it!

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Very good tutorial. Easy for starters, and as a refreshing. ^_^
If anyone has issues I suggust getting large grid page. I son did it that way and turned out well!

im dwaring thish on wood to make a nice pyrography coaster for my uncle ill send in pics later

My first attempt...I love this is there like certain thing you need to do to make it different sizes?

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It's really good for a first attempt! :) There are many factors which affect the final look. Try it again with diferent number of dots and try to do some another lines in the centre. I can post more pictures with diferent sizes, so you can see ;)

Anyway thanks for comment!