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How to Draw Celtic Patterns 36 - Perfect Triskele (positive)

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Published on Mar 29, 2012

A very balanced Celtic Triskele knot, is found in the union of three circles. Jason Bellchamber show how to draw a "perfect Triskele" using a compass, ruler, pencil, ink pens and an eraser. Symbolically the number 3 is a lucky number and is the most common motif in Celtic art. Skill Level 1/4.
A quick freehand way of drawing this triskele is here. http://youtu.be/fDOtcrGRycs

This design is used in a repeating pattern for a border here http://youtu.be/3nc31YpozJs

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