Friday, June 1, 2012

Symmetrical Clock Background Tutorial

Hello All,

A super quick post for making the background (for a clock or anything hyper-symmetrically-circular) like this:


I have chosen the "gaps" as 3 cm but feel free to vary the design and try out combinations e.g. outwardly spanning sizes (1 cm innermost, 2 cm second one, 3 cm next one and so on and so forth). It will be a little complicated to make but rewarding after it finishes (I, for one, am trying that out next :)).......

Hope my video helps all aspiring clock-makers :D



The snapshots for Sonia (my Internet is working at a snail's pace, it took an hour to upload the video!)













A note: I don't own the rights for this design, it's a paper analogue of a Karlsson clock design.....

Happy Quilling

Pritesh

PS: If my posts inspire you to create something on similar lines, I feel highly flattered. But please, do respect the effort I take in conceptualizing and executing, please give a direct link to my work when you are inspired by mine. Thanks for understanding........:-)

16 comments:

Divya Disawal said...

This is just AWESOME ... Like it soooo much. Thank you for sharing!!

SUSAN said...

WOOOOW....Great idea...thanks to share this tutorial, Pritesh...
good job

big hugs

Indira Tanwar said...

Fantastic Pritesh!! Didn't know it was that easy!! But I think sticking that on the surface must be a very tedious job.

quilled paper paradise said...

Fantastic idea! Thank you for share.

A1 CRAFT SUPPLY said...

its fabulous... mind blowing...
but one query.. how many strips did u use to make entire design??

Ann Martin said...

How pretty! Thanks for the instructions.

dr ruchita kadao said...

amazing ,thanks for sharing with all of us .

dr ruchita kadao said...

thanks for sharing with all of us .good job pritesh .

neli said...

Оригинално и красиво!Много благодаря за урока!

Dipti said...

I loved the little white dots at each junction! Really adds to the whole effect!

SUGANTHI said...

Beautiful!!!!

Coca Matei said...

superb!interesant!kisssssssssssssss

Pritesh Ananth Krishnan said...

Thank you all so much! :) The credit goes entirely to the original designer, I merely made a paper version of it :)

megha said...

WOW PRITESH "KAMAAL KAR DITTA" you are great.nice tutorial.thanks
megha
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Megha Sarin said...

Lovely! This is so creative <3

love
http://www.meghasarin.blogspot.com

Kreativstudio Annett said...

great tutorial. Thank you for showing.

Annett