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Project by bibb posted 09-27-2008 10:26 PM 2058 views 6 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Just a simple glue lam wall clock. I gave this the name Pi clock because the initial sketch looked like Pi (TT) and Pi was easier than 3.1415926. Walnut with a marble face. I usually sketch a concept drawing with Google Sketchup to see balance & proportion. This is about 22”wide x 40” Tall.

-- "Imagination is more important than knowledge" Bibb in CO at http://katanadesign.com





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#1 posted 09-28-2008 12:14 AM

Sweet clock design, I like it. Loose and free.

-- Scott - Chico California http://chicowoodnut.home.comcast.net

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#2 posted 09-28-2008 01:48 AM

One of a kind …nice contrast : )

-- I'm absolutely positive that I couldn't be more uncertain!

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#3 posted 09-28-2008 02:54 AM

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#4 posted 09-28-2008 06:06 AM

simply elegant. Nice piece.

-- gjd Southcentral Wisconsin

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#5 posted 09-28-2008 02:44 PM

I really like the movement created by your design. Thanks for sharing.

-- My favorite piece is my last one, my best piece is my next one.

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#6 posted 09-30-2008 12:45 AM

I really like your design. Have you considered using a non traditional pendulum piece? Don’t know if it’s possible but it might give some more different twists to your great design. Thanks for sharing. It’s inspirational!

-- Michael, Fort Worth, TX. "I wood if I could!"

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#7 posted 09-30-2008 05:10 PM

I love the idea of a unique pendulum piece. Will incorporate that idea into my next one. I’m going to have to put some thought into a design that works with the overall design. Thanks for the input

-- "Imagination is more important than knowledge" Bibb in CO at http://katanadesign.com

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