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I made this amazing clock starring "The Zapper!' using basic office materials and a clock I bought from Wal-Mart for $3.49.
The materials you will need for this step include:Wall Clock with removable face/handsScissorsGlue (Optional)ComputerPenRulerAdobe Illustrator/Other Image Editing ProgramPrinter (Color Preferred)
You're going to want to check the back of the clock. There's going to most likely be a notch or a tab that you can use to push ...
Open up Adobe Illustrator (or whichever program you prefer). I prefer Illustrator because it's a vector-graphics program that allows you to play with shapes instead of just pixels ...
Take the line you moved to another part of the artboard and move it so that it is aligned exactly with the vertical line through the middle of ...
Begin to add the Numbers for the clock. Numbers are placed 30 DEGREES apart from each other starting at 12 o'clock. You should be able to easily find ...
Either delete or turn off the VISIBILITY of the lines that are being shown on the face of the clock. After you remove the lines, it should start ...
Once you've edited the image to your liking, you need to print it out. You don't need to mess with any of the print settings because we took ...
Hold your creation up to the computer. Does it look the same? It should if you followed all the steps. (And I know that there's a lot, but ...
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