Here's a robot reading I, Robot. You wouldn't think he had that much computing power. He's probably just skimming it. That's a pretty ugly robot in a cute picture. Over on the right is this cool wooden robot. I like the fact that he's that orange color. And that he's so square and round at the same time. And he's made of wood. What kind of message is that? His look, to me, is a throw back to the robotic style of the early part of the 20th century. And he's made of wood. You can't get much more solid than that. What a stand up guy. As a contrast, here is a robot, on the lower right, that looks pretty fucked up. What's he on? It's a rocket. A rocket filled with robotic crack, or mechanical goof balls. I liked that blue tin man robot. Man size. Old school. He looks like something you might find on a 1930's or 1940's black and white serial. Except, here he's in color. And he's man size. The trouble with making large things? They are large. Man size. Where do they go once you have them? What if you have 2, or 9? Yeah. Didn't think of that, did ya. That's based on a conversation with a real artist who was sadly coming to that realization. These few pictures are much easier to store.