Meet Lucille Pinball.
In honor of International Games Month, my library makerspace had a pinball machine competition. They provided kits, and we competed for assembly speed and design. I was the only solo team (#Tiltin’Berle), and I ran out of time to decorate to the standard I would’ve liked, but hey – it is the best pinball machine I’ve ever made.
Some more photos:
Thanks for looking!
P.S.: Just in case no one outside my family remembers The Pants That Ate Fred Mertz
What a great theme for your project! Looks like a lot of fun!
This is hilarious! What a neat project.
That looks like a fun kit, and sounds like a fun event, too. Love your theme!
How cool! Love the theme and construction! And it’s very inspiring you left your house and went to the event. I’m going to see what our library has going on in their maker space!
I like your team name too!
Trying to do more of that
Thanks! Partial credit to my dad, who suggested Tilton Berle. We all rolled our eyes, but when I realized I could recast it as Tiltin’, I couldn’t resist the pun. Lucille Pinball was actually one of the other team name frontrunners, along with Pin-Manuel Miranda.
This is so fun!! I bet it was a blast to make. Your LC friends were on your team in spirit!
Fantastic! Loving all the puns! It looks like you had a great time!
I love everything about this: the pinball itself, the fact that your library celebrates International Games Month, and that they provided materials to come up with something this cool You did a great job with it!