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How to Draw Celtic Patterns Videos by Jason Bellchamber

This page is dedicated to you. It is a showcase of the artists of every skill level who like to make Celtic Art. Each work is used by permission of the artist on the website. Many of the designs are made with the How to Draw Celtic Patterns Youtube page. I really appreciate all of the positive comments on the Youtube page. Making art for yourself or others is a joy. Art, such as illustration is usually driven by an obsession to draw as well as practice.  Try to draw when you can, in the margins when you have time on a work page, or draw when you are on the phone. Drawing big helps get the movement of your own hand rather than constricting it to a small space. If you draw outside the line, then move your boundaries.

  If you would like to show your work, please email it to me and tell me I'm allowed to post it here on this page. Only your First name, Surname Initial and Hometown will be used to identify you.

-Sent in from P.Lynch, this is a sample from his students at a school in Sandpoint, Idaho.  Draw from this video. How to Draw a Celtic Border Triskele Video

Students of Sandpoint, Idaho

-Sent in from M.McInally. Draw from Draw from this video How to draw a Triskele from a Pictish Cross slab in Aberlemno Scotland

Hand Painted Celtic Rock








-Sent in from D.C.Gates of Falfurrias, Texas.  A wood burned gourd to with interlace on the top and the sides from the Book of Kells.  Draw from this video How to draw an equilateral Celtic Cross from the Book of Kells

Celtic Wood Burning Gourd










































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