How to Draw a Celtic Knot: Step by Step

How to Draw a Celtic Knot: Step by Step


Hello and welcome to my new video: How to Draw a Celtic Knot step by step the first step is to draw a line of four
dots, and then repeat this three more times, so that you get a dot square made
of nine 3×3 squares, you could use lined paper or grid paper
for this or just draw it by eye, the next step is to draw a bigger dot in
the middle of each of these nine dot squares we drew in step 1, if they are bigger than the first dots,
they’re easier to see, as center dots, the next step is to join each of the
four dots from the center square, the smaller dots, to the bigger dot that is
diagonal to it, try to draw each of these four lines
with the hook as it goes around the bigger dot in the corners, next from each big center dot between the hooks of your first four lines you draw a continuous line that joins three more
dots in a row, as it goes around the corners of the main square of your design, next
from one of these big dots in the corner you draw a line that joins two more dots,
then you continue this three more times, so you get a sort of square circle that
looks like it goes under the four diagonal shape so we drew earlier next you can make a checkered or woven
pattern of four squares in the center of your Celtic Knot… and now we should have a simple four-by-four Celtic Knot finally you could use a pencil to shade
in your design in a graded tone, starting with the dark tone next to a
line and then becoming fainter as it goes into the middle of the shape and
then again gradually darker until it reaches the next line this could give some illusion of depth
to your Celtic Knot I hope you found this little video
useful and see you next time! If you’d like many more art videos please subscribe to my Circle Line Art School youtube channel… THANK YOU! youtube.com/CIRCLELINEARTSCHOOL

100 thoughts on “How to Draw a Celtic Knot: Step by Step

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  3. Again, WOW! I'm going to try drawing that Celtic knot work today! The tutorial makes it look so easy! Thanks! ~Janet in Canada ^.^

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  5. It's so simple…..
    Keep it up on drawing non complicated drawing…
    Coollllllllllllllllllll

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