WEBSITE AND WEBSITE GRAPHICS CREATED WITH XARA DESIGNER PRO 6 2010 Gary W. Priester Here’s the finished clock placed over a wallpaper bitmap image that I found here in the Fabric > Patterned Fabric section. The Paper > Wallpaper section is excellent too. I made several last minute adjustments. It made sense, for example, that if the moving pendulum was going to create a blur then so would the brass adjustment nut right under the pendulum. The adjustment nut raises and lowers the pendulum on the shaft to make the clock run faster or slower. Because the clock is basically in plan view with no perspective, the weight was too curved top and bottom, so I minimized the curvature. I added the key on the left side of the case. The key opens the front part of the clock case so you can adjust the pendulum, and it also winds the clock to add depth. I added highlights and shadows to the two inverted pillar shapes at the bottom of the case to add more depth. And finally, I created the decorative brass “beat plate” (below) that is used to measure the distance traveled by the pendulum as it swings from side to side. The Bevel Tool  added the realism and depth. So, what do you think? Was this tutorial too hard? Too easy? Just right? Do you have any questions, comments, corrections, or suggestions? Your feedback is always appreciated and I usually respond in a timely manner. Gary W. Priester Host of the Xara Xone Send e-mail 2010 Gary W. Priester - All rights reserved DOWNLOAD ZIPPED TUTORIAL