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A Celtic Knot I drew recently

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Using the methods suggested by Christian Mercat at his Celtic knotwork tutorial
24th Jun 2004, 11:09  


greenzowie says:

that's very pretty. I can never seem to get all the lines even for some reason - it takes me quite a few attempts to get one that's not even half as good as yours!
I do love celtic knots though...

24th Jun 2004, 11:18

nomad says:

...cool. im not patient enough for the likes of that stuff.

24th Jun 2004, 11:24

Joe_Archer says:

Thats some talent!....my attention span is waaay to short to ever do anything like that

24th Jun 2004, 11:34

nomad says:

weekend plans joe? there's a crackin night in huddersfield tomorrow night. got mixmag coming to see us at 'my house'

24th Jun 2004, 11:36

Joe_Archer says:

ooooo! haven't been "out out" for months...could be a plan, I've got tomorrow off work (to recover after tonights match, which is either gonna cause me to drown my sorrows or celebrate wildly)
Is my house the name of the club? or the night?

24th Jun 2004, 11:38

nomad says:

name of the night, its at rhythms in indigo, formerly 'beyond beach babylon' its an old theatre and they put lots of housy touches in... trees grass in the garden.... a bed....

24th Jun 2004, 11:42

nomad says:

mixmag want to make it club of the north for september.... hopefully... just need to get numbers up. it has its moments, but this night could be the boost it needs

24th Jun 2004, 11:43

nomad says:

plus!!!!! bongo dave is playing. he is simply amazin ont t'old bongos. plays em loud n fast with sticks

24th Jun 2004, 11:44

Joe_Archer says:

bongo dave eh? I'm intruiged, he's not aleeds lad is he? I happen to know a good djembi drummer who knows an even better one called dave

24th Jun 2004, 12:00

nomad says:

yeah thatll be him, dave biddle. plays speed queen a lot, and thats who we went to see down at pacha in london. he a good friend of the people we hangout with and club with... and his brother lee works at the gym i go to... tis all interconnected somehow

24th Jun 2004, 12:03

nomad says:

the six degrees of seperation is proven right again... bongo dave - other djembi - joe archer - thats only three.

24th Jun 2004, 12:05

Shoes says:

I've seen a bongo player who i think was a Dave when i used to go to 'Renaissance' in Derby , was about 10yrs ago though....

24th Jun 2004, 12:50

nomad says:

ill ask him... you never know... not sure how old he is.....

with any luck i'll be plastered across the pages of mixmag in september!!! going to put a mobloguk transfer on the back of the t-shirt i made for the my house night...

24th Jun 2004, 12:54

Alfie says:

Good man - hey, why not print out some of the flyers in the forum at the office today? =)

24th Jun 2004, 12:59

nomad says:

aye.... good plan, i'll have to wait till claire bear goes to lunch to skank the colour printer. i'll do some stickeridge if i can get the resizing right (eebah yorkshireman+technology= mess)

24th Jun 2004, 13:04

Alfie says:

You sir, rock.

24th Jun 2004, 13:06

nomad says:

erm... can you linky me to the flyers? i got the 'your name in lights' on puter already but cant find t'others in the forum...

24th Jun 2004, 13:12

sunchaser says:

beautiful! that must have taken quite along time!

16th Jul 2005, 00:02

Julie(poldue12-at-hotmail-dot-com) says:

I am looking for aceltic kno heart design to go onto a website that I run. Have you got any like that or would you fancy designing on for me .
Many thanks

26th Sep 2007, 17:29

chrisg67 says:

I don't have any off the shelf, and am not sure when I'll get time to play with drawing knots again. Though it is rather fun - you can try for your self.

This site has a good overview of how to make them


27th Sep 2007, 09:47

ashley says:

hey, i just recently started srawing celtic designs lately, liek vry recently (last nite) lol, and i just wanted 2 say i know its hard to do the little stuff i draw so it must have been impossible to draw this lol good job

23rd Dec 2007, 23:01

Sprocket says:

zoweee, that's dedication. now try and reproduce it with a piece of string.

23rd Dec 2007, 23:18

Alejandra(ale_miller-at-hotmail-dot-com) says:

HELLO I like that drawing and I really want to learn how to draw a celtic knot because I need to draw a big one for my class.
Please a really need to learn
thank u for your help

14th Nov 2008, 22:25

chrisg67 says:

Blimey you did well finding this I drew it over 4 years ago. If you want to learn how to draw these sort of knots try http://www.entrelacs.net/en.index.php which offers an excellent tutorial, and start small first.

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