Pocket-sized art with more uses than you can wave a Bic at. Birthdays, thanks yous, Valentines or even Wednesdays, there’s always an occasion for a stunning card. From promotional weapon to distant friend-contactor, our cards are more versatile than Optimus Prime.
Cards are designed to suit the most common image ratio of 3:2, but any image size can be printed—we just leave a white border.
The robot and his little friend need to find their way through the dangerous walkways of Robot City to catch the next rocket ship. Can you help them?
Fun poster art for a kid’s room
maze, puzzle, robot, android, city, science fiction, sci fi, children, kids, morden
freelance illustrator, visual rambler, syndactylous toes
Your amazing art is featured in the Sci Fi Group! Congratulations, Richard!
(See the Weekly Showcase ~ So We Toured the Milky Way and Brought Some Snapshots Home)
Hi Nadya. Thanks so much for featuring the Robot City Maze :)
– Richard Morden
ta mate. Like your sci fi work this image is a combo of some bryce surfaces and moons and lots of pshop painting. By the way, your space images rock.
thanks again Vamp! It was a lot of work to do, but fun
awesome work, Richard. you have a wonderful imagination. love this! :)
Well thank you Tracy, and thanks for stopping by for a look
my pleasure, and thanks for the add, it’s nice to meet you :)
Great details, very well done!
Thanks heaps Cindy :)
a superb eye for detail and a wonderful imagination!
Thanks Ms Woolley. Too much of an eye for detail me thinks – I struggle to keep anything simple! R :)
your arts amazing, thank you for introducing yourself now I have more to add to my collection of favorites.
Thanks Vian – it was good to meet you too. The RB shindig gave me a chance to meet some very talented individuals, and you are certainly one of those! All the best, R :)
Hey thanks Red Llama
Your outstanding entry made the Top 10 in the Sci Fi Challenge, Where No One Has Gone Before! Congratulations, Richard!
That’s nice. Thank you for letting me know Nadya.