About MeLisa Beebe is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles who also likes to paint.
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I made this a few months ago for my friend Juli. She’s working on a short film (One Past) about a girl whose sister is a ghost and I decided to paint the robot version.
I painted this a while ago for a friend. Just a robot chillin’ out in the sky.
I have a friend who dresses her cat in outfits. The cat is surprisingly cool with it. Most people who donated to my charity fundraiser are getting robot paintings, but I made an exception for this one:
Here’s a little robot painting I made for my writer friend Melissa Walker to thank her for contributing to my fundraiser a few months ago. I knew she wanted a painting for her daughter’s room, so I tried to make … Continue reading
Here’s a little robot I made for my Twitter friend Kamari Copeland to thank her for donating to my fundraiser. I love an awful lot of things, including this little robot.
Here’s a little robot painting with a message that seems especially fitting as we step forward into a new year: Happy New Year, everybody! Here’s to lots of bravery in 2013.
My friend works at the Syfy channel (and yes, it pains me to spell sci-fi that way). She contributed to my fundraising campaign this fall, so I made her a robot painting. One of the only things I know about … Continue reading
I was playing around with paper snowflakes the other day (if you haven’t made them in a while, here’s a basic tutorial), because I wanted to make a special version for the Geniuspills holiday show, “A Very Bitchy Christmas.” The … Continue reading
If you’re anything like me, you’d like to look “futuristically demure,” but your space hat budget is virtually non-existent. Our only option is to make space hats from things we have at home. Here’s one project idea, borrowed from a … Continue reading
I’m participating in a fundraiser for the Busted Foundation, which raises money to give directly to women with breast cancer who can’t afford their bills. I think that’s a wonderful cause, so I’m making little robot paintings for people who … Continue reading