The tracks on the robot mouse were originally created for the Baron Copperpot robot. (same one on the bar at the top of the page.) But I liked feet better for him.
Turns out it's fairly difficult to get a Triceratops to look like it's smiling. Thanks to Lauren on Facebook for helping name the image!
Not sure what meaning everyone will associate with this one, but it looks like Australia got the point...
Silly penguins, if that's the sun setting on your right, that's not south.
How long till we see robot terrorists? Assembled from miscellaneous parts, this I.R.D. had to take a train, because he couldn't get on a plane with his cell phone. If he moves to pick his nose, run!
I'm suprised I don't have more windup keys in the gallery, I've always liked them for some reason.
An image to represent looming on the edge of disaster. Yet it still goes in the humorous category.
I'm putting this one in the humorous category, because I find it funny that the guy thinks he can find his crate.
Realism is used to enhance the peril vs humor of the unwitting pair.
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