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Process: The muzzle flash is a piece of paper colored around the edge with an orange Sharpie.

Concept: The feathery streaks surrounding the ray are meant to be burning bits of airborne dust.

Historical footnote: The first robot I ever drew was ginormous, a ludicrous horizon-spanning collection of severe edges. It was stomping on houses. I rendered it in black crayon on blue-lined paper right here in this 'bot-proof house by the beach at Rota Spain. I was five.

Postscript: On any one Pepperpot Piper page each of the characters only takes two or three hours start to finish.
Each robot takes two or three days.
Why do I do it?
Because I like you.


Pepperpot Piper is written & illustrated by Joseph Kelly
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