Obviously you will begin the first step by drawing the three swirl or spiral lines.
Next, make the lines interlock with one another by drawing out the legs or arms of the inner shape or the symbol.
Next, add outer spiral lines on each curved hump like so, then add a little notch that wisps away from the shape.
Add more connecting lines until your triskele starts to look like a whole piece like so.
Lastly, bring everything together by drawing the outer ring for the triskele symbol. Once you are done you can erase the mistakes.
Here is the lineart to your drawing when finished. Color in the symbol any shade you like, or print out this line art to bring to a tattoo parlor.
August 3, 2013
This next lesson is of a symbol that has been around for many, many years. It is an odd piece but nonetheless it's still a mark that has been carried for all types of usage including that for faith. This lesson is going to show you "<em>how to draw a Triskele</em>", step by step. The Triskele is believed to be the ancient symbol of Sicily among other things. It is a Celtic art piece that has three spirals that interlock with one another. These spirals are also known as three legs. If you where to Google the word 'Triskele', you will see a bunch of different versions for this symbol. Since this Celtic art piece is becoming popular with the tattooing industry, I figured I would make the lesson on drawing a Triskele. Besides, it's not everyday that someone requests such an odd symbol as this, so why not also fill a request. I will be back in a bit so stick around to see what I have next. Peace out people.