Anyone? Anything? Even if I'm making little smiley faces on graphite? I'd love to make something that's more complex using steel, even if I have to stitch it together atom by atom.
The study of nanotechnology is a hugely diverse field. Regarding your specific question about drawing on graphene; no you cannot do that at home. You would need something like an http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomic_force_microscopy" [Broken]. There are probably experiments you can do at home to create things like nanoparticles, nanofilms or to nanoengineer a surface but these would be similar to home chemistry experiments and judging by your original post you have something far more advanced in mind.*sigh*
Ok, so, I take it that this is simply beyond the abilities available for most people without millions of dollars and a lab? If that is the case, just say so.
Lol, Good luck with that.Yeah, but these are a good start :) .
http://sxm4.uni-muenster.de/stm-de/ [Broken] <--- will need to translate when I have time