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Drawing a cartoon robot is a fun exercise to do! You can imagine virtually anything and create a character with the shape you want! Just like monsters, the only limit is your imagination, your creativity or your drawing abilities! In this tutorial, I have decided to draw a robot with a vintage appearance. The kind of character that you could see in an old movie from the 50s with a long name attack of the giant killer robots with cone arms from outer space and bad acting! Each of the step are quite easy to do.
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Robots and androids have frequently been depicted or described in works of fiction. Rossum's Universal Robots , written in and first performed in This list of fictional robots and androids is chronological, and categorised by medium.
Robot cartoons are ideal for reprint in books, newsletters, magazines, brochures and print ads. Cartoons pertaining to robots and artificial intelligence are also available for use in digital as well and are a great addition to any Facebook page or web page. Cartoons are also available for use in robot related materials such as calendars and posters, including promotional items such as used on coffee mugs. Content relating to robotics may seem boring or repetitive but if used with cartoons, your point will be conveyed quicker and have more impact with your readers or site visitors who want to learn more about the interesting subject of of robotics! Dan is a fulltime cartoonist and has published his cartoons in magazines, newsletters, newspapers, print advertisements, posters, calendars, books, apparel and giftware, greeting cards and many other professional print platforms.