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A lady across the road asked me to help her produce an omega watch face which is to be printed onto edible paper for a birthday cake, and seeing as I have no work on, I thought I'd have a go at illustrating one from scratch so I can add it to my online portfolio http://www.bingercreative.co.uk , Im pretty happy with how it's turned out so thought I'd post it 

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I can see why you are pleased with it!

Excellent work:)

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Thanks StuartRc - I'm not really a massive fan of all the photo realistic type of stuff (although I really admire those that can do it) Just thought it would be a bit too time consuming, so was quite surprised it only took around 5 hours and just thought it would be a good exercise in putting a power duplicate tip into practice which I nicked off one of GarryP's posts which is 360/60 (or whatever number) Combined with Power Duplicate to precisely place all the elements on the watch face - worked great - thanks GarryP.

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It didn't take too long for photorealistic as it's not photorealistic unless you've never seen a photo 😉but it still looks good, a Bond Seamaster. I did look at those before getting the Planet Ocean. The only thing is you have the light coming from the left on the body and the bezel showing it coming from the right. With the profile of the bevel I don't think it can look like that but you only have to flip it.

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