Judy from Creative Doodling offered us a challenge – a celtic knot challenge! A freestyle celtic knot challenge. You can see the link to her instructions here.
Step One was to draw your string – draw one at random, with no specific directions other than to have it connect together at the two ends of the string.
Step Two was to draw the contours inside the shapes created by your string.
Step Three was to aura the outside of the entire shape. Apparently I forgot to take a photo of the next step. Step Four was to connect the lines at the gaps, creating over and under sections. (I opted to round some of the corners to smooth out some less than perfect lines.)
Step Five was to rub out your pencil line and tangle/doodle in the sections. This was the fun part! I tried some new patterns and some old.
Next I started adding some onamato in the string.
Completed the onamato with a row of perfs around the outside.
Then I shaded. I was happy with my celtic knot at this point. But, you know how I am. Everything is better with color – even if only a little pop of color!
And so I added a little color with my copics. This was a really fun – and easy – challenge to complete. Judy has just posted challenge number 2! If you want to participate this week, click here to get the instructions. I am going to go check it out now and get an earlier start this week!