Here is the RU by Adam Vian who I met at Comica. He was selling copies of his new comic Long Lost Lempi. Adam has also done illustration work, animation work, and he also designs and makes Flash games.
Adam’s Robot Unicorn is really cute and looks like a lil’ miner unicorn on account of the drill, or maybe a pocket-sized Swiss army knife-icorn. Thanks Adam!
Here are some links to Adam’s website, his Twitter, his Flash Games Homepage and his Tumblr.
Here is the RU by Braden Lamb, who I met at a book signing at Gosh! comics. Braden has done a lot work for the Adventure Time comic and other various comics like the Ice Age comic and the colours for a graphic novel called Broxo.
Braden’s robot unicorn looks like a little micro-corn, with tiny motor inside. Also it’s lightning shooting horn would come in very handy in some sort of showdown or boss battle. Thanks Braden!
Here are some links to Braden’s website, his Twitter and his Tumblr.
Here is the RU by Cameron Stewart, who I met at Gosh a while ago for the opening of his new graphic novel Sin Titulo. The art in Sin Titulo really nice and he also uses a very minimal colour scheme which gives a good effect.
Cameron’s robot unicorn looks very futuristic and technologically advanced. Perhaps it’s an alien RU sent to invade our planet with fairy dust and rainbows. Thanks Cameron!
Here are some links to Cameron’s blog, his Twitter, his Instagram and his YouTube.
Here’s the RU by the legendary Paul Pope, creator of Heavy Liquid, Batman: Year 100, Battling Boy & 100%. I met Paul recently at a Foyles talk where I got this unicorn.
Paul’s art is really nice and he uses a brush which gives his art a really cool effect. I recently finished his newest book Battling Boy and I really enjoyed it. This RU is great and is a wise, old Frankencorn. Thanks Paul!
Here are some links to Paul’s website and his Twitter.
Last Tuesday I went to a Paul Pope and Paul Gravett interview at Foyles book shop. They were talking his new book Battling Boy and other stuff. Paul P was talking about his time working for a manga producers in Japan and the types of comics he likes best.
He was saying that his favourite types of comics are European comics (french, Italian Belgian) and manga comics, and that he prefers them to massive American comic companies. He has done some awesome work for DC, though with Batman: Year 100.
Paul Pope’s new graphic novel Battling Boy is great. It’s very exciting and fun to read, and the artwork is really, really nice. It’s full of epic action scenes, huge fights, evil monsters and great characters. Paul was also talking about the upcoming Battling Boy movie that will most definitely be awesome!
Pixel art robot unicorn by William Palpitance d’Avignon (me)
Minotaur by Dan Berry. Sorry for the delay! It’s a cyborg-otaur! Thanks Dan!
Here’s the robot minotaur by Lizz Lunney. It seems to be contemplating its life choices. Thanks Lizz!
Robot Minotaur by Woodrow Phoenix. It’s even got its own labyrinth!