Annotations for Robots! : Draw Your Own Androids, Cyborgs & Fighting Bots


Baker & Taylor
Presents step-by-step instructions on how to draw a wide range of mechanical creatures complete with hard-wired heads, bionic bodies, and such electrical extras as dials, levers, controls, and blasters.

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Baker & Taylor
With an off-beat sense of humor that makes learning fun, an acclaimed cartoonist shows kids how to draw a wide range of marvelous mechanical creatures complete with hard-wired heads, bionic bodies, and lots of electrical extras.

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Sterling
With an off-beat sense of humor that makes learning fun, Jay Stephens shows kids how to draw a wide range of marvelous mechanical creatures complete with hardwired heads, bionic bodies, and lots of electrical extras. Budding cartoonists will be pleased to meet and illustrate such unique characters as Automa Tom, the cyborg Cyborella, Astralux, and Gokin 9. The design data Stephens wittily lays out include everything from wheels and transforming parts to jets, dials, levers, and weapon systems, all of which children can use to "build" their own creations. Kids get to decide whether their robots will have armor, be able to slide into small spaces, have the ability to shoot projectiles, or anything else their imaginations can dream up!


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