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Key to Drawing Celtic Knots! Made easy! — Valerie Sjodin
Key to Drawing Celtic Knots! Made easy! In my calendar, Documented Life Journal, I am including keys I find or receive. Keys are the symbol of 2014 for me. They open things. My mind is opening up to Celtic knots. I’ve always been drawn to them and have even painstakingly drawn them, but since I watched David Nicholls how to draw Celtic Knot videos, I feel like the door to them has been unlocked. I even see the reference books I have on Celtic Knots in a completely new way, a way that makes th...
Book of Kells
The Book of Kells is an illuminated manuscript containing the four Gospels of the New Testament. It is thought the Book of Kells was originally begun by Irish monks on Iona sometime in the eighth or ninth centuries, and then taken to Ireland during the Viking raids for safekeeping. Consisting of 680 calfskin pages, the text of which is written in Latin, it necessitated a veritable army of artists and calligraphers to complete.
the Morrigan – art, writing, and geeking out
The white space behind the knot-work will be filled in with indigo, a preview of which you can see in the beak, and there’s some subtle coloring to the knot as well. Description from artwritingandgeekingout.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images