Picasso he ain’t….
William Hope’s Scots Fencing Master, or Compleat small-swordman, in which is fully described the whole Guards, Parades, and Lessons belonging to the Small-Sword &c., Edinburgh: John Reid, 1687 is not exactly an example of indigenous Highland swordsmanship. Rather, it is a practical adaptation of Continental practices embraced by an ardent amateur swordsman.
For those of you interested in the text, I can recommend Mark Rector’s book Highland Swordsmanship.
For those interested in a closer look at the weapon to be used… how about this: