Hi watch designers and enthusiasts,
I am hoping members here can critique my watch design, both from an aesthetic standpoint (i.e. color choice), and from a technical standpoint (i.e. proportions). The sub-dial is an alarm time, the dark hour markers are PVD screw heads, the dial cut-out and balance are themed as an hourglass concept, and the "butterfly buckle" makes the holder/keeper unnecessary on the strap. The goal is to make a watch with a balance between simplicity and complexity, & classy and boldness.
Other info including specs and elaboration can be found here: http://forums.watchuseek.com/f6/plea...ge-481624.html
This rendering can be made more realistic using CAD, so please excuse the artificial nature of the paint job. I would love to have feedback from you, as I have had a pleasant and inspirational experience from the WUS community in the past. In fact, I appreciate even the harshest criticisms, because they bring in extreme consideration on my part to change some design element(s). Thanks for all of your help!