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BIG HERO 6: Hiro’s Bedroom Wall Clock Instructions
Hiro's Bedroom Clock by Slappy-Snifferdoo

I thought that Big Hero 6 was an excellent movie with heart. So I decided to make  the Wall Clock from Hiro’s Bedroom! Below you can find the instructions to make your very own Robot Clock. I hope it helps. Feel free to ask any questions!:bademoticon: 

Materials:

    Clock Body

    ·        Ruler

    ·        Old Cookie Tray

    ·        Nail and Hammer

    ·        Cardboard Box

    ·         Dremel

    ·        White and Yellow Spray Paint (One Can Each)

    ·        Old Poster Board and Masking tape

    ·        Number Stickers

    ·        Labels (Made in Photoshop)

 

    Robot Body and Clock Hands

    ·        Pencil

    ·        Scissors

    ·        Light Weight Cardboard

    ·        Card Stock Paper

    ·        Red, Blue, Yellow, Gray, and Black Markers

    ·        Liquid Glue

    ·        Sticky Tack

    ·        Clock Core Mechanism (Link Below)

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    Clock Body Instructions:

    1.       Use the Ruler to measure and find the center point of the circle.

    2.       Place the Old Cookie Tray on a Cardboard Box and use it like a table.  

    3.       Using the Nail and Hammer create a hole in the center on the back side of the tray. (We used a Dremel to make the hole smooth and large enough for the Clock Core Mechanism to fit through.)

    4.       Once the Old Cookie Tray has a hole in the center make sure the Clock Core Mechanism fits. Take it out.

    5.       Go outside and use the White Spray Paint and stand a good distance away giving the clock body a *light* coat of primer.

*Wait for the first coat to dry before attempting another layer! The paint will drip if applied too heavily!*

    6.       When the tray is coated evenly in White Spray Paint use the Masking Tape and Old Poster Board to create a straight line and protect half of the clock from Yellow Spray Paint.

    7.       Follow the same painting procedures with the as before when using the Yellow Spray Paint.

    8.       Peel off the Masking Tape and Old Poster Board carefully to avoid ripping paint.

    9.       Apply Number Stickers around the clock as evenly as possible.

    10.    Labels were generated in Photoshop and applied to the clock body with Liquid Glue. I would be happy to make them available as downloads if needed. The sizes will vary with the scale of your clock body though.

 

Whoosh* FISTBUMP! You have completed your Clock Body!*Barlalala


    Robot Body and Clock Hands Instructions:

    1.       Use a Pencil to lightly sketch the robot design on the Light Weight Cardboard. Try to make the size accurate compared to the clock’s body. (Do not draw arms yet.)

    2.       Using the Scissors cut a hole in the center of the robot design large enough for the Clock Core Mechanism.

    3.       Once you are satisfied with the sketch outline use Scissors to cut it out and trace with a Black Marker.

    4.       Color the rest of the robot design accordingly with Markers.

    5.       Measure the Clock Core Hands with a Ruler. Using the Pencil lightly draw arms that are the same length and width as the clock hands on Card Stock Paper.

    6.       Once you are satisfied with the sketch outline use Scissors to cut it out and trace with a Black Marker.

    7.       Color the robot arms accordingly with Markers.

    8.       Using Liquid Glue attach the Card Stock Arms to the Clock Core Hands.

    9.       While you wait for those to dry, use Masking Tape and line up the hole in the robot design to the hole in the tray. Roll tape and place it flat on the back of the robot so it is out of sight.

    10.    Use Sticky Tack to attach the Clock Core Mechanism to the back of the Old Cookie Tray.

    11.    Screw the Clock Core Hands onto the Clock Core Mechanism.

 

:bademoticon: *CONGRATULATIONS! You have completed your Clock! Now you can relax!*Big Hero 6 Stairs




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A-M-A-P Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
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Quelchii Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for the Added to my devWatch!!
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Slappy-Snifferdoo Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
No problem! Your art is beautiful!:w00t:
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ExpeditionFantasy Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you so much for all the wonderful feedback! They mean so much to me!!! I absolutely love you're gallery and I think you're a wonderful artist and person :) Have a great day!!
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Slappy-Snifferdoo Featured By Owner Edited Aug 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow! Thank you so much for the watch and the favorite! It really made my day.:D
I'm always glad to leave comments for great artists.:) Keep up the good work!
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ExpeditionFantasy Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
You're welcome!! I love your gallery! It amazing!!!
D'awwwwwww you're so sweet:dawww: 
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Slappy-Snifferdoo Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Many thanks!Hug 
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devilkais Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2014
Thanks for the fav on the ducks !
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bigartisteArt Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey I read your About me! Keep practicing! I see a lot of promise in you. :)
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