An illustration of a weird clock

 
Than I will select the middle part of the layer and do the same thing. I will get rid of the texture in the middle of the object. Just use an eraser for that.

An illustration of a weird clock

And another selection, this time it will be mush smaller and I will copy it to separate layer as well.

An illustration of a weird clock

Just resize the layer. Overall opacity is set to 20%.

An illustration of a weird clock

And here are some layer styles that I have applied to my newly created layer.

Some o them a quite standard so just watch the pictures carefully.

As for light and shadow I'm just using grayscale gamma - black and white.

An illustration of a weird clock



An illustration of a weird clock



  
An illustration of a weird clock



An illustration of a weird clock



An illustration of a weird clock

What I did is I've dragged the circle (layer) a little bit to the side and copied the layer.

I've also transformed it making it a little bit bigger.

+to that, see this selection? I've got rid of all the texture inside the selection (just erase).

An illustration of a weird clock

Now I will fill the image with digits.

Here are my layer styles that I will apply to my numbers. Note that the Overall FILL of my digits is set to 0%.

An illustration of a weird clock



An illustration of a weird clock

And here we go.

An illustration of a weird clock

   


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