I have been working on and off doing this face for about two weeks. It “looks” simple but doing the leading and trailing numbers for the Altimeter (Battery) gauge has been taking the longest amount of time. But I am now calling it finished and will post it tomorrow unless I find something else that I’ve overlooked.
nice. have you thought about parking the second hand @ the 12oclock position when on ambient, I like that on my faces.
Hello @mrantisocialguy Good morning !!!
I really like the idea of showing the information of the hours and minutes at the same time … The idea is very interesting !!!
And also, I really like the design … like aviation … Very nice work !!!
What I think now is, if it could be done, that in the AOD position, it would shine the needles in fluorescent lights … so that they can be seen at night !!!
An idea of mine … With all my respect …
I’ve never really considered it before. I will have to play with that idea and see how it looks in action. Thanks for bringing it up.
I was thinking about doing that, but I haven’t exactly figured out exactly how to do it and make it look right.
Really well put together and looks good too. I have never made an aviator but had been thinking about it. I was wondering how difficult it was going to be with the leading and trailing digits. Lighting up the tips of the needles with neon green though would look pretty cool after sunset
Fantastic job, aviation instruments have something about their design that is easy to read (I have no doubt on purpose) and this works well with watch faces, imho.
Can’t wait to try it out when you publish!
OK, I went old school for the suggested changes to the ambient mode and now the writing is “glow in the dark” green.