Here is the fantastic RU by Nick Edwards, who I met at ELCAF a while ago. Nick has done work on Uncle Grandpa, and various comics like Dinopopolous. His art is great and has has a really cool style of drawing that seems to make anything look awesome. And Nick’s unicorn is no exception. It looks like a space unicorn or some sort of satellite, with a laser attached, of course. THANK YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!
Here are some links to Nick’s tumblr, his other blog, the blank state books website, and his Twitter.
Hey BTW I have a second blog for reblogs and whatnot, you should check it out. It’s called Bananae.
Here’s an RU I got a while ago when I went to Comica. It’s by Mr Moon, who was selling prints and whatnot at a stall there. He does cartoony drawings and prints and they’re purty cool.
This RU seems like a
horrific unicorn-man hybrid nice guy. Maybe it was trapped in one of those secret RU labs… anyway, Thanks Mr Moon!
Here is the RU by Shelli Paroline, who I met at Gosh comics when she and Braden Lamb were doing a signing there. They both do art for the Adventure Time comics and programme, which I like a lot.
I also really like this RU. It looks a little like a rag-doll unicorn only made of tin and whatnot. Perhaps there is a little motor buzzing away in its chest. Me gusta.
Thanks Shelli! Here are some links to her website, her Tumblr and her Twitter.
HARDCORE SCIENCE Number 5 - Pebbles. (Also could be geology, not really sure…)
HAPPY ONE YEAR ROBOT UNICORN BLOG ANNIVERSARY EVERYONE!
Thank you to everyone who has contributed so far, you’re the best and you have made this blog great!
Also thank you too all my followers!
Here is the RU by Oliver Jeffers, one of my long-time favourite artists! He actually lives in New York right now, but I got this unicorn when he came to the UK for the signing of his new book The Day The Crayons Quit. I have been wanting to get an RU from Oliver for ages, so it was great that he came to England and I was able to meet him.
Oliver does a lot of picture books for kids, but he also does really interesting illustrations and pieces of art. His robot
unicorn rhinocorn was relabeled because of the horn location, but as long as it’s awesome, mechanic, and has a horn on its head, it’s fine by me! Thanks Oliver!
Here are some links to Oliver’s website, his Twitter and Oliver Jeffers World (check it out, it’s pretty awesome).