From London Hackspace
Drama Llama turning a production into a DRAMA!
- 1 fluffy, innocent llama plushie
- black fabric and thread
- Club Mate box (or other cardboard)
- stiff but flexible paper (like sugar paper)
- black insulated, solid-core wire
- soldering iron, wire stripper
- ring mandrel (for shaping the monocle)
- Spend several hours trying to make a top hat
- Eventually come up with stitching a rectangular strip of fabric around a piece of round fabric. Cut out a doughnut-shape of cardboard. Stretch over fabric and stitch along inside edge. Trim fabric. Sew together to the two parts and stick in a rectangular strip of sugar paper a bit smaller than the height of the hat. Cut ear holes in the hat.
- Estimate your monocle size, strip the ends a bit and solder together.
- Shape into a circle using the ring mandrel
- Cut a longer piece of wire - enough to go from the monocle, down the neck and shape around the neck to the back. Solder onto the monocle.
- Place hat on llama's head, pull through ears. Place monocle and wrap wire around until it holds onto the llama's neck nicely. DO NOT STRANGLE YOUR LLAMA!
- Name llama something fancy like Dunstable.
- Produce llama whenever necessary during dramas.
Future Fabulous Accessories
- A Fabulous pennyfarthing bicycle
- A bikeshed for his pennyfarthing bicycle (colour to be decided by mailing list... eventually)
|Magnitude||Description||Social effects||Frequency of occurrence|
|Less than 2.0||Micro||Micro drama, not felt.||Continual|
|2.0–2.9||Minor||Generally not felt, but recorded.||200 per year (est.)|
|3.0–3.9||Often felt, but rarely causes damage.||52 per year (est.)|
|4.0–4.9||Light||Noticeable shaking of indoor items, rattling noises. Significant damage unlikely.||10 - 12 per year (est.)|
|5.0–5.9||Moderate||Can cause major damage to poorly constructed buildings over small regions. At most slight damage to well-designed buildings.||3-4 per year|
|6.0–6.9||Strong||Can be destructive in populated areas.||1-2 per year|
|7.0–7.9||Major||Can cause serious damage over larger areas.||1 per 2 years|
|8.0–8.9||Great||Can cause serious damage in areas several hundred kilometres across.||1 per 5 years|
|9.0–9.9||Devastating in areas several thousand kilometres across.
||1 per 10 years|
|10.0+||Massive||Never recorded, widespread devastation across very large areas; see below for equivalent seismic energy yield.
||Extremely rare (Unknown/May not be possible)|
Additional safety information about llamas.