Kokopelli Dancer Clock (in progress). I’ll put a clear coat of stain on first, then glue down the turquoise (med turquoise acrylic) and add the clock works. This is a simple round of wood that you’d find in any crafts store. I first engraved the design and the clock face marks, then cut out the acrylic. The dancer I drew freehand from another design, scanned it and imported it into InkScape and did a simple trace.
It’s going to be a birthday present for my mom who loves all things like this.
I’m really pleased with how this turned out!
Looks fabulous in that turquoise acrylic!
It looks so good! Please share the final result.
Off to a good start waiting to see the finished piece.
And here it is with the clock installed. Turns out I didn’t need the center piece after all… Looks mostly the same, I sealed with clear varnish.
Mom will love this I think.
Your clock turned out beautifully. The colors that you chose complement each other.
I’m sure she’ll love it! It has teal! (My husband teases when I say I like something … Of course … It has teal in it!)