Beep beep! It seems these quirky cyborgs and friendly neighborhood robots have taken over your feed!
It was fun drawing him,character belongs to Joshua @Zubia
Drawn with posca's
When my robots are happy, I'm happy.
I did this drawing like 3 years ago and redrew it in 2020 :3
March OF ROBOTS Day 2: DANGER!
Done in @procreate using Tinderbox & Spectra brushes completed in 45 minutes (while watching Walking Dead)
I guess the illustrator in me came out on this one...
Unaware - i don't think there's a good way to find out you're a robot...but having your skin melt off your arms to reveal a metal skeleton is probably not ideal.
This weeks prompt for the #jimbobdrawingshow
Drawn on my new iPad Pro using Procreate. This is quite an app.
Quick doodle robot on black paper sketch book. Using Gelly Pen by Sakura. Something new and i like it.
Toys used to be so much cooler back in the day. I realize this makes me sound like a very old nerd. I also realize that I AM a very old nerd. So there's that.
Joseph, the main character of Machinarium
"The Explorers" 14ft tall by 48ft long mural painting in Vienna, Austria alongside my friend Dead Beat Hero this past weekend. His comic book style robot characters emerging from the river into my crazy cartoon world.
Robot in love with a train
One of many robots on it's green home planet, but this one is different than the others. This one has a soul and it's own will. So the residents of the green planet decided that this robot must be disposed off and they shoot him into space. But he missed the junk planet and hit our little earth.
Some random robot doodles I've worked into the little free time I've had the past couple weeks.
acrylic on paper
(HB pencil on 123mm x 95mm paper) A little glimpse into the near future. The poem I did for it can be viewed here: https://www.skavart.co.uk/2021/03/prophecy-4-we-hacked-your-robot.html
An excercise in negative painting with my set of bister inks. I wasn't completely happy with the results - the bister ink was not as transparent as i expected it to be.
Little watercolor robot doodle
The observer was roaming between robotics and plants.
Doing a little drawing of a robot each day leading up to Christmas. Here's number 1.
(HB pencil on a 125mm x 75mm note card) The giant family robot. Loves his pigeons!