Clever. First one I’ve seen with a skewed watch face

Dave6 thank you, I appreciate it.

I’m thinking maybe put that watch in an open Oyster shell. If your really clever (unlike me) you could even have that Oyster slowley open, release a bubble when fully open then close again on a loop

Nice design. The angled face looks good.

If you wanted, you could use expressions in the height and width of the hands to change their dimensions as they rotate to match that of the face.

Exactly! nice watchface and with that tips it could be much more realistic

Thank you, if you can help me, thank you in advance.

Thanks I can try, but it’s not easy for me.

Happy to …

I’ll come up with some expressions.

Could you tell me what centre coordinates you used for your hands?

Hi, the coordinates of the hands are

X 127

Y 247

Ok, I’ll have a look tomorrow - off to bed now ( almost midnight here )

Good night, here is 4 pm

Thanks - talk tomorrow …

Here is my attempt to stretch the hands into an ellipse:

Hands:

XPos: 129

YPos: 246

Width: 30

Edit: expressions now shown over multiple lines to make all the symbols appear

Height Sec hand:

(90*sqrt(4/(5*cos(rad(#DWFSS#))*

cos(rad(#DWFSS#))+

sin(rad(#DWFSS#))*

sin(rad(#DWFSS#))))) }

Height Min hand:

(90*sqrt(4/(5*cos(rad(#DWFMS#))*

cos(rad(#DWFMS#))+

sin(rad(#DWFMS#))

*sin(rad(#DWFMS#)))))

Height Hr hand:

(90*sqrt(4/(5*cos(rad(#DWFKS#))*

cos(rad(#DWFKS#))+

sin(rad(#DWFKS#))*

sin(rad(#DWFKS#)))))"

Link to inspection mode below:

I really like the novel approach to an oval rotation. I tried mikeoday’s code, but my second hand goes invisible when I place the code into the height box. Weird.

I just noticed that the multipliers ( ie. " * " ) between the sinusoidal funcitons are not displaying correctly in the post.

I have now edited it in the post above - should be ok now.

In any case, the correct expressions can be obtained by following the inspection mode link above.

Thanks!! I should have noticed that. Awesome stuff!

Mike, thank you I didn’t accept answering you before, the project works, it’s more natural.

That is looking really good - I like the bubbles!