Saturday, September 26, 2009

The Key Patterns

Key patterns are called for their key-shaped paths, and are based on spirals. In fact, key patterns can be anticipation of as spirals with beeline lines. Constructed on a askew grid, the paths angle aback aloft themselves at assorted angles, basic the baby triangles of dark background which accord key patterns their characteristic look. They are usually drawn or carved within ellipsoidal borders, but the Celts could cautiously fit them into circles, triangles or odd-shaped panels.

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