Step 2: Decorate the clock face

cut out stencil of death star and place over the clock (make sure you cover the parts of the clock you don't want to splatter)
make sure the stencil is away from the edge so that the legos don't block the view

(sorry I don't have any pictures of this - my son did this a year ago)

mix some white and black paint together to get a light shade of gray
use a paintbrush and toothbrush to splatter the gray paint over the stencil

mix a little more black in the gray and splatter some more

repeat until you get the effect you want

remove stencil and check out your work

add the clock hands and decorate

add the flat lego bricks at 12 o'clock, 1 o'clock, 2 o'clock, etc until you have 12 pieces for each hour. Use a compass or protractor to be precise. 0 degrees and every 30 degrees around the circle. or print out a template from the internet. Try this one: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/blank-clock-faces.html

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