Our thanks for the photo goes to The Paint Place, Fort Saint John, BC where they run frequent classes that teach painting and clock-making. (We welcome your photos too!) How did they do it? Check out our blog post! Plus here is a DIY Large Wall Clock Summary:
The clocks shown use either a High Torque Movement for up to 5/8" thick material (Q-64) or some upgraded to Continuous Sweep Movements (Q-67) - check out the Page called High Torque Clock Movements and Hands for the selection. The class offered a selection of clock hands ranging from 8 to 12 inches for these clocks that are 30" diameter (add to cart below). The materials were cut wood and painted. Numbers are painted on.