A 3D visualisation of Krystal's Spider Licker alarm clock.
The original drawing.
Krystal accompanied by her little sister explains her idea to Andy before he visualises it in 3D.
‘The Licker’ spider alarm clock
An invention idea by Krystal James, age 9, recreated in 3D graphics by Andy Mattocks.
“My invention is for when you can’t be bothered to wake up in the morning well when you wake up, a spider will be hanging on the ceiling and if you don’t wake up by 7AM it will come down and lick you on your face.” Krystal James
The young inventor met with professional 3D product designer Andy Mattocks who asked Andrew further questions about his design and how it worked. Andy then went away and produced a series of computer generated 3D visuals of the invention as shown here.
“A large spider, approximately 500mm in diameter that will
descend on you if you do not get up when you should,
encouraging you out of bed with the offer of a big sloppy
wet lick! Colour and concept as designed by the client.” Andy Mattocks