I had hoped to have a number of sketches of various tests being run for the development of the hang glider, "Squirrel Suit", and Parachute by our "crack" research team. Unfortunately it's just taking too long with the graphics system I have. The drawings need a more fluid style and all I can get out of this is a very stiff drafting image. If I could scan my drawings and post them you'd have a page or two to entertain you, but I can't.
As a next best thing here's the ideas I was going to draw:
A sheet tied up as a parachute to a horizontal fan blade (in a cage) with Winslow suspended beneath it in a sling and his tail tied to the floor. Caption, "Hang in there Winslow, just a couple more hours of shifting weight to keep it level and we're done." Winslow does not look happy.
A pulley (block and tackle style) on a slanted rope with a feral hanging off it with a large cloth billowing out behind him tied to his arms and legs. A look of maniac joy on its face.
Another feral wrapped in a dark cloth with a hood with its ears poking up through the cloth. Caption, "ME CAT-MAN."
A very large paper airplane poised atop some large piece of furniture with one of our kids (probably a Totolo) in it and their mother standing below. Caption, "No, just... no."
Our Ilharess's bed chamber with a startled looking Anjie looking out from the covers. On top of the bed are a feral and drow wrapped in a large sheet and various ropes and ribbons along with broken ceiling materials. Caption, "Sorry, Bossy boss."
A drain rat in a cage wearing flight goggles hanging from a kite, with a clip board.
A lady drow dressed as Mary Poppins with her umbrella.
A feral being fitted with a MLP Pegasus suit.
If I knew what I was doing I'd be dangerous.