How to Draw an Alarm Clock Step by step

How to Draw an Alarm Clock easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing so cute for beginners and kids.

How to Draw an Alarm Clock step by step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

Video produced by channel: Draw So Cute

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Start off by drawing a circle. This will form the face of the alarm clock.

Step 2

Draw another circle in the first circle. This represents the rim around the alarm clock face. Then, draw another circle in the innermost circle, with a narrow gap.

Step 3

Span two sets of short diagonal sets from the bottom of the watch. Connect each set of lines at the bottom using a short line. They form the backbone of the alarm clock.

Step 4

Draw two sets of narrowly spaced diagonal lines that emerge from the top of the alarm clock. Use a small, flat circle on one side to wrap each line. These arms will assist the alarm clock ringing.

Step 5

Draw a curve on the top of the arm. Connect the ends of the curved segment with a straight line, around a half circle. Then, draw a curve below the half circle, from one end to the other end of the line. This constitutes the first chime that allows the alarm clock to ring.

Step 6

Repeat this process to create a mirror image of the first bell. Start by drawing a semicircle on the other arm, using a curve and a line. Then, draw a curve below the line, connecting at each end. This constitutes the second bell.

Step 7

Delete instruction lines from the bell.

Step 8

Draw a pair of parallel curves from top to bell. Between the bells, draw a small rectangle. Connect it to the watch using a pair of lines. This forms a hammer, which moves back and forth to ring the bell.

Step 9

Draw the watch face. Write the time points in their respective positions on the clock. Draw two dots between each number and another in the center of the clock face. From this central dot, stretch two diamonds elongated, one longer than the other. They form clock hands and you can position them any time you want. In our example, the clock is only 9 o’clock. Don’t forget to draw a long line representing the second hand.

Step 10

Finally, you can draw more eyes and mouth to make it Color your alarm clock.

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