I like making clocks. I’m fascinated by time and time travel. Possibly because of this, I also like Doctor Who (the longest-running Science-Fiction TV series ever!).
The latest seasons feature a new title sequence that has a clock face spiraling into a sort of “time vortex.” Very appropriate and very cool. Amazingly enough, I haven’t found anything like this on the internet yet (at least, nothing I liked), so I painstakingly designed my own spiral clock face for all my timey-wimey needs.
What’s The Doctor without his TARDIS and Sonic Screwdriver? The hands of this clock are sonic screwdrivers, and the second hand is a TARDIS spiraling into the vortex!
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