I almost had a panic attack looking at that drawing of a Diels-Alder reaction. If it makes you feel any better you'll never use this crap once your in med school and definitely not once your in real life.Now that I think about it that might make you feel worse. If you'd like I can make up a new name and comment again and say how valuable all this MCAT crap is for your future career. Either way, good luck :)
LOL thanks! I'm pretty sure I'll never ever ever need to know who/what Diels-Alder is or how to calculate the final velocity of a clown after being shot out of a cannon in my life.
I don't know, some day you might need to treat a cannon-shot clown for massive internal trauma, and it would be good to have some idea of the scale of the forces involved in mashing up his bones... :)Cool cartoon! What do you draw with?
If krazy glue doesn't work, then he's done for :P I'm pretty sure clowns don't have a single bone in their body...otherwise how can they all fit into those itty bitty cars? I use a Wacom Bamboo Tablet (the CTL460 model to be exact) and Adobe Illustrator CS3, which I got through a student discount.
I have bad IT karma (just ask the IT dept at work) so I am in awe of anyone who can even use the phrase: re-installed software for better outlining . . .I would've just gone and read a book.
I secretly wish I became an IT nerd :P I usually like to play around with misbehaving IT equipment until I figure out what's wrong and fix it.