How to Draw Celtic Knotwork: A Practical Handbook

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Cassell, 2002 - Design - 191 pages
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“Shows how a relatively simple series of ‘formulas’ can be applied, rather like a new language, to enable the reader to create knotwork patterns very quickly...opens new doors for the serious artist interested in learning the language of Celtic knotwork.”—Recreating History.

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A refreshingly opinionated book. There is only a pamphlet's worth of text in the book, the rest is made up of patterns that can be assembled to form Celtic knotwork constructions or graph paper that ... Read full review

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Sloss is a printer, typographer and freelance graphic designer.

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