The day I welded Leigh I said to myself “today I weld in color”. I’m so proud of her attitude: confident yet demure. Her skirt is made from a large bearing that spins in either direction. Her red-handled scissor-wings used to a tool of SCUL, but someone (*ahem*) abused it and broke a tip.
I tried to weld as to keep the heat to a minimum, in order to keep as much of the original parts’ paint.
Dotti is appropriately named for her extensive rivets, but she’s actually named after my grandmother, Dorothy. She’s very tall for a Mercury Class Astrobot: 20″ inches. I love her sense of wonder. Her skirt is made from square nails. Her knobby knees are made from hex and acorn nuts.
The 200th bot to roll off the Skunkadelic production line! Archer will always have a special place in my heart: a real milestone. I love his smile. It’s amazing a bullet lamp from a heavyweight cruiser bicycle can smile so sweetly.
Archer’s ribcage is made from old box wrenches, reminiscent of a band-uniform. He’s a lot heavier than he looks!
Romer is somewhat of a pseudo-intellectual, yet thoughtful and eager to help around the house, or to listen to you talk about your day. He’s reasonably baggage-free, but sometimes spaces out for hours on end. Romer prefers to keep the little problems he has to himself. He eats like a bird, in the sense that he leaves crumbs everywhere. He likes getting out of the house once in a while.
Completely poseable without tools, like an industrial action figure. Programmed personality: shy, playful, innocent, boyish.He loves to be moved from room to room, floor to table to counter-top, posing him to be curious, or shy.