We end this series with a pattern both familiar-looking and different: slightly asymmetrical, based on a five-fold division, it can stand alone or be tiled.
A lovely and unusual tiling pattern that will test your patience and accuracy and is great fun to colour.
In this tutorial we dip our toes into sacred geometry proper, with a construction said to be the plan of the ideal city revealed in the Bible.
We crank up the complexity level with a stunning historic pattern featuring the numbers 6, 8 and 12.
We return to interlaced work with this design, but with an extra degree of challenge for a visually smashing result.
Learn the harmonic pattern behind one of the most spectacular ceiling designs of the Islamic world, and how to obtain different effects from it.
In this tutorial we'll use circles, circles and more circles to create motifs different from anything we've done so far.
This lesson's project gives us an insight into the wonderful Gothic rose windows, where the work starts large and then the scale shifts to ever smaller details.
For this final lesson, I am creating a calligraphic project from start to finish, as an example of what can be done using the material learned in this course.
Today we construct an impressive, classic Islamic pattern with great creative potential, using first a square then a rectangular grid.
In this tutorial you'll learn how to give an interlaced appearance to motifs and patterns created on paper, a method that can also be used to turn separating...
In this tutorial we'll look at a few of the many possible ways to add layers of beauty and intricacy to an inscription.