|A stained glass vertical
dial and a stained glass
|The garden gnome who became a gnomon
|A paper pop-up dial
vertical & horizontal!
|Cat and bird meridian dial
|Local recreation center kids projects
|An open book is two gnomonless dials back to
back. The gnomon is actually the edge of
the dial plate, and the case study on this easy
to make dial covers the theory as well as how
to mark such a dial plate that is not of a
constant radiua. Designed for latitude, and
the dial plates corrected for longitude, this
dial is a simple and welcome addition to the
horizontal dial with 7
calendar lines, and a
nodus about 60% up the
|A true east west inclined 45
degrees dial in clay - Dec 17
|Longitude corrected vertical south 5
degrees west decliner with Italian lines
|snow on an open book dial
|S 174 W north facing
Time Slithers by...
N6W decliner at 5pm mst, 6pm summer
Page 1 ~ of the author's sundials polar, horizontal, stained glass, meridian, capuchin, shepherds, vertical, durer, globe, cube, decliners, inclined
decliners, armillary, equatorial, etc. (concrete, glass, copper) - outside or long lasting.
Page 2 ~ fine detail yet less weather proof. (PVC, wood, etc)
Page 3 ~ artistic photos of the dials in book 2. Some are rather interesting or amusing. Some bad weather (snow) pictures.
and some of the author's stained glass non sundial work.
and some 3d JPG pics also here, and also here, of sundials, both real, and 3d CAD, just for fun.
and some antique or collectible dials in the author's collection