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Day 346 – CRAFT CORNER DEATH MATCH: Black and White and Red all over

CRAFT CORNER DEATH MATCH!!

THE THEME: BLACK AND WHITE AND RED ALL OVER

Well, I couldn’t figure out how to do a penguin with a sunburn so here is my second choice: A cardinal in a tuxedo!

Except we all know that any bird that has a mohawk as big as a cardinal isn’t going to wear any old tuxedo. Obviously they’re pretty laid back, so only a tuxedo t-shirt will do.

For this theme, there are three other competitors:
The Harpy!
Yermits!
Sarah Apple!

To see all the entries go to Craft Corner Death Match!

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February 06 2011 | accessories and animals | No Comments »

DAY 334 – Yermits vs Robots; Living in Canada

YERMITS VS. ROBOTS: BATTLE OF INCOMPREHENSIBILY CUTE THINGS, OR MAYBE THINGS DRESSED AS OTHER THINGS WE DIDN’T REALLY TALK ABOUT WHAT TO CALL IT.

This is week nine! The Theme: LIVING IN CANADA.

Did you know? I totally live in Canada. It’s like living in the United States, except that we have universal health care and we’re polite. ZING. Or like living in Britain, except their national hero is Dactor Who, and ours is David Suzuki.

Oh yeah, AND WE RIDE POLAR BEARS TO WORK. NO REALLY. IT’S TRUE.

Mine is named Horatio.

And no, we don’t all live in igloos. That’s just silly.

Here is Jenny Yermit’s totally Canadian entry:

Canadian to the core. Donuts! Hat! Mitts! Boots and shorts all year!

NEXT WEEK’S THEME: TBA

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October 31 2010 | accessories and animals and different materials and myths and other awesome stuff | 5 Comments »

Day 257 – Yellow Polkadot Bikini Bot

Well, compared to what I’ve seen on tv, this isn’t exactly an itsy bitsy teeny tiny bikini, but it’s hard to make a tiny square bikini. Although…. it is a robot, so it’s more of a fashion statement than needed modesty.

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June 30 2009 | accessories | 4 Comments »

Day 248 – Puffer Fish Bot

Watch out for those spines! They contain a deadly computer virus!

I’ve always wondered why evil geniuses and villains don’t have a big moat full of giant mutant puffer fish as a defense. I mean, COME ON. Who would want to mess with an eight foot round puffy fish whose bite turns you into a zombie kills you?

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June 16 2009 | animals | 2 Comments »

Day 247 – Donkey Bot

Oh, burro bot. You’ll never let anyone make an ass out of you. Oh. Wait a second……

On an unrelated note, my one year Robot a Day anniversary flew by earlier this month and I didn’t even notice! I don’t have much to say except that CRAP, THAT IS A LOT OF BOTS. And that hopefully I haven’t jumped the shark yet. And also, donkeys are totally in my top ten of amazing favourite animals. MOSTLY BECAUSE OF THE EEEE-AUUGHNN.

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June 15 2009 | animals | 6 Comments »

Day 232 – Moth Bot

I probably should have made this bot GIANT, so that it could menace cities and fight giant lizard bots.

Regardless, moths are way awesome! Unless you have lots of wool sweaters.

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May 15 2009 | animals | 1 Comment »

Day 231 – Fancy Poodle Bot

Oh, poodles.

They’re just so…… foofy.

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May 14 2009 | animals | 1 Comment »

Day 218- Old Timey Convict Bot

Breaking rocks in the hot sun, this bot fought the law and the law won!

And yes, this bot also has the blues, but no harmonica with which to express them.

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April 22 2009 | occupations | 4 Comments »

Day 217 – Cow Bot

So that’s where electricity comes from!

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April 21 2009 | Uncategorized | No Comments »

Day 216 – Snowglobe Bot

I love the human compulsion to make teeny tiny replicas of things. I think I’d have gotten along really well with the person who thought up snowglobes.

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April 20 2009 | Uncategorized | 2 Comments »

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