After the Holidays I took a little break. From November to December I lived in my workshop, catching less than 4 hours of sleep a night, with a small break for lunch and a show on Netflix of Hulu to put me to sleep. The Holidays are intense, and so when they are over I hibernate. Most of January I spent in bed, watching multiple TV series on netflix and dozens of movies, and perfecting Chocolate Chip Cookies.
When I couldn't get any lazier I begin the new year with a project: build a new mobile store for traveling. Jeff (my second in command) and I sat for days in the workshop cutting out foam models and arguing various design element. There were so many factors to consider, each of them conflicting with the other.
With most of the brain work done I sequestered myself in my bedroom to model the displays, with the occasional distraction of the "Wolverine and the X-Men" cartoon and "The Last Airbender" cartoon (the movie version was crap). I also ate a lot of hot pockets.
Today I sent the drawings off to the carpenter. Check out the work below. I'll explain more in a future post, but know that these are the ultimate belt workbench units. They transform, display, store, and pack away.
Tomorrow I take a shower and shave. Being a mad-scientist is fun sometimes, but then I need to see the sun!