As a robot drawer guy thing myself, the best advice I can give you is make sure you're taking the time to think about each part separately instead of just drawing the connecting lines.
Take your time with learning basic skeletal structure and anatomy, and then you can really start toying around with robot stuff!
Hope to see you produce lots more stuff as it seems like you've got pretty neat ideas, but your execution is way off. Keep practicing and keep going!
thanks for the advice. got any ideas on how to go learning that kind of stuff?
I believe you can do alot with this one, he looks to be something like a failed experiment that was scrapped and turned into a scavenger telling from what he's holding in his hand. I particularly like the points applied to his robotic legs, how the head is attached, and his right hand.
You seem to have a rough idea on what your creatures look like and the bandages does make it look like he's patched up after being worked on.
Funny that you'd say that, as I mentioned that this was a instant idea, and it really just popped into my head, and I drew it. can you tell I like robots and morbid things? I like to think that he's eating his (It's?) creator or something.
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