Corner design Celtic knot

 

These Celtic Knots were created with the Celtic Knot Font and then embellished with graphics programs like Adobe Photoshop or JASC Paint Shop Pro.

Celtic knot corner design

 

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CELTIC KNOT FONT GALLERY


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Although you can create Celtic Knots in any program that has a font menu, you can make them look really spectacular in a graphics program!

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Traditional Celtic Knot "carved in stone"

Carved stone knot

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Visit the Tips and Tricks page to learn how to do this effect in Photoshop.

Here is the text to make this knot:

Not so traditional Chrome Celtic Knot

Chrome Celtic knot

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We will be putting this tutorial on the Tips and Tricks page soon - please check back!

Here is the text to make this knot:



A different treatment of the same knot, submitted by Keya of OuttaMyShell Digital Studios

Multicolor knot


Keya has done some wonderful work with the Celtic Knot Font. She has not only created some great effects, but she has even written a tutorial on how to do knotwork that appears to be carved into wood.

Paint Shop Pro carved wood texture knotwork

Way to go Keya! Great job!

Here are a few more of her designs:

Chrome cross Chrome knotwork cross
Photoshop glass textue knot Photoshop glass effect knot Paint Shop Pro glass knot PSP glass knot Paint Shop Pro glass effect knot

Paint Shop Pro multicolor design



This mandala was created by shattered innocents using the rotate tool in Adobe Illustrator:

 Rotate tool in Adobe Illustrator

 

This is the Celtic knot gift card that we include with the packaged version of the font when someone orders a copy for a friend:

Celtic knot gift card

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This invitation is an example of one of the ways that you can use the Celtic Knot Fonts in printed materials. This wedding invitation was created for some friends who were having a Rennaissance Style Wedding. I used the new Filled version of the font in Photoshop, copied the layer and changed the font to the original "Outline version" to put a black line arround the knotwork. The 2 styles align perfectly because of the great precision that was used in creating both of these styles.

Renaissance wedding invitation with Celtic knots
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OK, I got a little crazy with this one! First I created a simple knot with the Celtic Knot Font in Adobe Illustrator, rotated it 45 degrees and used the "punk and bloat" effect 4 times at 4 different levels on 4 separate copies of the knot. Then I imported the four knots into Adobe Photoshop and stroked 2 of them with white and blurred one of them (the white rays). Then I used Super Blade Pro on the other 2 layers to get the shiny purple mercury effect and the dark border.

"Electric Knot"
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Fancy knot

Wood and silver Celtic knots

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All of the Celtic knotwork on this site was created with the Celtic Knot Font.


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