Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Little Red Wagon

Who will take pity on this tiny bot as he sits calmly in his little red wagon waiting for someone--anyone--to take him for a ride?


Details:  The replica Radio Flyer wagon is a little less than 2" long (without the handle), and the bot is made from all recycled parts, including a tiny flashlight bulb, bolt, and clock parts.


Saturday, February 22, 2014

A Little Fishy

I've been working on a commissioned pelican for what seems like forever.  I've come to refer to it as the "bane of my existence." But I think it's finally coming together . . . I'm excited about the little fish I made for inside his mouth.  I mean, what more do you need?


Thursday, February 20, 2014

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Why, Yes, That Robot Does Have a Visor!

This is one of my new favorites! 



His head is a vintage taillight set on its side, and his legs are the handles from wood-working planes.


I used miscellaneous metal pieces and a small plane inside the cigar box to provide enough counterweight to keep him from tipping forward.



Friday, February 14, 2014

Happy Valentine's Day

True love knows no boundaries . . . like immense size differences, for example. 

Happy Valentine's Day from Norman.

 

Saturday, February 8, 2014

The Key to My Heart

Give someone the key to your heart with this special Bitty Bot.


(Complete with hand-embroidered heart and key arms.)

Friday, February 7, 2014

A Certain Pixar Robot

I received a custom order request:  a look-alike robot for a certain famous Pixar robot.  With only a couple of days and the supplies I had on hand, somehow it came together.


His basic body is a vintage camera; his eyes are collapsible binoculars; his arms are metal with hand clasps that can be repositioned; and his legs are some kind of metal industrial things. He stands a little over 7" wide and about 7 1/2" tall. The back opens for storage, and he also has some custom dial/gauge type of things for the front.