Learn how to draw a great looking Heart Clock with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Heart Clock.
Ring, ring! It's time for a wake-up call with love. Would you like to learn how to draw a heart clock? This easy, step-by-step drawing guide can show you how.
Today, most people use their smartphones as an alarm clock. But it was not too long ago that most bedside tables held a classic alarm clock similar to the one in this drawing tutorial. How did it work?
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Analog alarm clocks had a key on the back that you used to wind them up. They didn't need batteries. Then, you set the small dial on the face of the clock to the time you want to get up.
When the time is right, a tiny hammer called a clapper bounces back and forth between the bells on top of the clock. The noise is annoying enough to get anyone out of bed!
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Heart Clock
How to Draw a Great Looking Heart Clock for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the heart clock outline by drawing a heart shape. Notice that our heart is wider than normal and that the bottom point is blunt rather than sharp.
Easy Heart Clock Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw another rounded heart shape inside the first. Notice that it is closer to the top of the exterior heart.
Easy Heart Clock Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw the irregular rounded shapes of the alarm bells on top of each lobe of the heart. Use a curved line for each bell.
Easy Heart Clock Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw a "C" shaped line across the bottom of each bell. Then, attach this line to the lobe of the heart using a pair of curved lines. This gives the mushroom-like bells a three-dimensional shape.
Easy Heart Clock Drawing - Step 5
5. Connect the bells with a pair of curved lines.
Easy Heart Clock Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw a partial oval shape on the top of each bell. Then, draw the clapper that rings the bells.
From the indentation between the lobes of the heart, extend two lines upward. Then, enclose a small rounded rectangular shape on top of it.
Easy Heart Clock Drawing - Step 7
7. Give the cartoon clock some feet. Use curved lines to enclose the partial teardrop shapes. Then, give the clock a face. Draw a small circle at the center of the clock.
From the circle, extend two short curved lines that meet at a point. This is one of the clock's hands.
Pro tip: you can choose to set this clock for whatever time you would like, determined by the placement of the hands.
You can even cut out the hands from a piece of paper and attach them using a brad pin to create a clock you can use to practice telling time!
Add More Details to Your Heart Clock Picture - Step 8
8. You've already drawn the short hour hand, so now draw the longer minute hand.
Extend too long lines from the center of the clock and allow them to meet at a point. Then, draw the numbers 12, 3, 6, and 9 in their places around the clock.
Complete the Outline of Your Heart Clock Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete the heart clock outline by drawing small rectangles between the numbers to indicate the hours that are not listed numerically.
Color Your Heart Clock Drawing
Color your cartoon heart clock. We've shaded ours red in a classic heart style.
For more great Heart drawing tutorials, see the 36 Cute Heart Designs post.
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