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SOD.105 – Robot Shakespeare, two ways
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I like the first Ro-Bard. The second Ro-Bard has creepy eyes. Totally off subject, but I hope you will draw the Green Hornet.
I prefer the first one’s hair and head.
Getting rid of the wierd head on the second one, and adding the rest of the hair would make it more like shakespeare.
I prefer the second one. I think it is a better balance between Shakespeare and a robot.
If this were a caption contest, the second one would be “Check out the big brain on Bard!” Pulp Fiction FTW.
Is this the end of Robot Shakespeare?
One says “Dude!” The other says “…duuuuuuude…”
They both creep me out a little.
Not your most original, or full, but as all your pics, it is still good. I agree with Jake.
Not original?! It’s a ROBOT SHAKESPEARE! I defy you to find another Robot Shakespeare anywhere on the planet. Verily and forsooth, varlet!
You’ve improved upon the source drawing, the infamous “Droeshout engraving” from the First Folio, which many critics agree is a pretty crappy piece of work, its body parts and clothing articles stuck together in odd and impossible ways. So kudos for that, sirrah.
This could also open up a whole new front in the “Who Was Shakespeare?” debate. Not “Who?” but “What?” No wonder he was so prolific.
@Jeff #9: I did my best, but all I could find in my quest to prove Connor right was Zombie Shakespeare: