They saved Einstein’s brain!*
Howdy. First time poster, long-time sufferer. So, yeah. I’m Maggie McFee and I’ve neglected posting to MAL since… it seems like forever. Well, now it’s time to fix that. You’ve no doubt seen the awesome paper doll scientists posted so far. Steve’s brilliant idea finally got me off my ass. So here’s my science doll, everyone’s favorite crazy-haired German physicist Albert Einstein.
And since this is my first post, it’s customary to say who I am and why you should love me and buy me a Wacom Cintiq. Here goes… I’m one of the organizers with the Boston Skeptics – Rebecca’s alma mater before she abandoned us *weep* – and an artist/nerd/hacker/maker type. I’m also the one who edits/shoots all those videos in the darkened pub for BostonSkeptics.com. I don’t draw as much as I used to, but if you Google me you can skulk around in some stuff from the past. Or more recently I’ve started drawing a 3rd grade humor thing involving farting detectives at http://sacremoo.com
I also build stuff (replicas, electronics, props), love comics and am an amateur video nerd/editor. It seems that I also run a bunch of websites, but that’s more of a problem – some might say addiction, but they’re all jerks and I can quit anytime I want to! – than a positive attribute.
In future, I was thinking maybe I might also post some build guides like ‘How to make a TARDIS’ based on the one I made recently. Is that something you all might be interested in? Pics of said TARDIS: Pic1 Pic2
So… anyway, howdy. 🙂
*- No, really. They did. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Einstein’s_brain
Hooray! Welcome to the lab, Maggie!
There you go! And now, I publicly ask you to post pics and build guides for those rad guns you made.