A common reoccurring style element you see on watch faces is a curved line or a pie shape.Examples:► https://forums.garmin.com/filedata/fetch?id=1201314► https://assets.facerepo.com/app/image/preview/gentlewatch3-1617a0c260d.png?v=1617a0c2624► https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR-yP9fuDazJRcjQ47SMufK2JJbmRoiF60qYhRE_lq26C8R3LIrLQ► https://s3.envato.com/files/227620961/PreviewScreenshots/WearChargingWidget-WearCharging-Flashlight-Alarm-Timer-Launcher-PlayScreenshot.png
This could be used to create guages or as overlay of circular graphics in the background.
Suggested properties:- Stroke (that would create a curve) / Fill (that would create a pie shape)- Glow/Border/Shadow- Center X- Center Y- Radius- Start Rotation (clockwise)- End Rotation (clockwise)
A million times yes. Curves are needed and so are preset subdials...or at least tick marks that don't become blurry and indistinguishable when you shrink them down!