[PIE MAKES EVERYTHING BETTER] Even in math class... gawd that formula made me so happy back when we first learned the beauty of pi! (If you couldn't tell, yes, I'm a total nerdy geek. I actually hated algebra but geometry was my all time favorite. I was probably the one only one in class who loved proofs.)
Anyway this isn't about me and my nerdiness; this is about EULER EINSTEIN! My character design entry for *KittyPaint's Holiday Comic Contest! Last minute entry as always even though *Nakarie introduced it to me a month prior to the deadline... although I got a LOT of other images in WIP stage so I hope I get to show that to you soon
I don't have much to say about him other than the fact that I just LOVE DRAWING CRAZY SCIENTISTS!!! Also I love when smart people do really stupid things like flailing a giant butcher knife (no offense Ichigo, yours is MUCH more ridiculous) with acid-tastic pie in one hand. All while thinking about the next best move to earn as much AND enjoying the hunt. BRILLIANT!
Also I made sure not to reveal too much about the character so the more you google search on pi day, the more you can fantasize about this character! All while gaining useless knowledge... again, BRILLIANT!
;>_> I got lazy, so I ended up drawing chibis, & I was gonna do some sorta backgroundy stuff but... too lazy for that too. Dx; Too busy. AP U.S. history stuff & work & all that fun jazz, ya know? ... though I don't mind the AP U.S. history stuff too much... ;>3>
Here you are Miss Comic-Chick! Hope you enjoy! <3
D: OMG. I TYPO'D KNOWLTON'S NAME. DD; I'M SORRY. >runs off to fix<
If there's any one famous person in history I hope I'm related to, it'd be John Adams. He, like me, was not one to mince words.
This quote is from the beginning of "1776," a musical with John Adams, Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson as the main characters, depicting the days leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4. It's definitely worth checking out. Being made in the 70's and two and a half hours long, it does get a little slow in places, but it's got some very funny quotes--a lot of them historically accurate. And it really gave me a feel for what the founding fathers went through to make us a free country unlike any history textbook ever has.