About MeLisa Beebe is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles who also likes to paint.
Tag Archives: robot art
I uploaded a bunch of my paintings to Society 6, so they’re now available as prints! Here are a few of the robots you’ll find there:
I made this painting a while ago. I like how it turned out. Prints of this painting are available on Society 6, and the original is for sale on Etsy.
This is a robot I painted for my Twitter friend @ElizabethPurr. She asked me to include her cockatiel, Bianca, in the painting if possible, so I gave it a shot. I’ve never painted a cockatiel before, so I had to … Continue reading
I still owe a few people paintings for donating to the fundraiser I participated in last year. My friend Ken really liked this painting and was sad when he heard that I traded it to the Trading Tortoise, so I … Continue reading
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.
A few months ago (or maybe longer), my friend and I walked by a garage sale that had already ended. There were boxes of stuff marked “free,” and we spent a while digging through them, because, hey… free stuff! One … Continue reading
I painted this little guy last night. When I was in NY, my sister had a kitchen table delivered that was made of wood from an old cow barn. The table-maker had to adjust the legs a bit so the … Continue reading
This is a little robot I painted last year for my friend Ken. When I met him, Ken was wearing fuzzy bunny ears with blinky LEDs inside. (We were at a spring-themed rollerskating event, so bunny ears weren’t quite as … Continue reading