3D Dive Watch Tick Marks - Set 1

See below for the individual PNG files ( separate file per hand or hub ).

Note:

IMPORTANT - THE IMAGES NEED TO BE DOWNLOADED AT THE CORRECT SIZE ( 640 x 640 PIXELS )

To download the hands at the correct size, hover over the image of the hand you want and a box similar to the following one will pop up

press the “double arrow” in the pop-up box to display the image and then save it in the normal way ( on my PC I right click on it to bring up the option to save ).

This seems to work ok for me - please let me know if there is a problem - all images should be 640x640 pixels in size.

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notes:

A. Remember, if you want darker tick marks ( or different coloured tick marks ) all you have to do is adjust the colour for the tick marks in the editor.

These tick marks are of course free for you to use and modify.

If you use them I would love to see the end result … perhaps you could post an image or link to the face in the thread below.

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Love the nr3👏

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Thanks! I am glad you like it. :slight_smile:

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AWESOME! You’re a rock star.

I loved #3 and used it on a new face I made. I had to reverse the circles and rectangles, however, to fit the various logos on the face. (Hope that’s cool.)

Here’s the face.

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Cool, I’m glad you found them useful! The face is looking cool!

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Thank you sir. I popped out another one here that’s got weather and steps.

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Very nice!

Wow man. I just checked out your page. YOU’RE like super talented, bro.

How long have you been making faces? I’ve only been at it a month and the expressions and calculations seem pretty daunting.

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You are very kind to say so - there are a great many designers way more talented than me! In particular I am in awe of the artistic talents of so many on Facer. My skills, such as they are, are really strongest in technical areas and the really great artists on here are fantastic!

I got my first smartwatch the Christmas before last and published my first face around 15 months ago.

But I did not start completely from scratch. I have been using Photoshop for years to process my photos and I was a reasonable programmer back many many years ago when I was working towards my engineering degree. So the learning curve was not too bad for me.

Keep at it, it does get easier! And just shout out if you need a hand with something.

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