Clip Art Illustration of computer mouse technical drawing, 3d rendered Royalty Free

Clip Art Illustration of computer mouse technical drawing, 3d rendered Royalty Free

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New Illustration Clip Art of Newly Created Moon Rover or Explorer Robot Beside Scientist Lady Royalty Free Stock Illustration

New Image: Illustration Clip Art of Newly Created Moon Rover or Explorer Robot Beside Scientist Lady

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I generated this in 3d then did a vector derivative of it. Thats kinda like studying an artist’s anatomy book to draw a more accurate stick figure.

Lets proceed to the description, because as with so many technical things, not only must I talk to the human being (who can see perfectly well what they are looking at) but I must also talk to the search engine, which will rank this picture, not according to how it looks, but how much I ramble on it as use repeating keywords like “robot”, or “robot”, or more accurately “robot” or, more conservatively, “bot”.

But as mentioned, this totally is a robot, and you can take my word for it, even if you are not a search engine spider (webcrawler bot).

So, moving along (now we are back to talking to you, the human) perhaps you are a web designer and you need a picture of a robot represent your profession of PHP programming or perhaps other similar matters of automation and technology. Well, if you have made it this far, I can assure you it is safe to stop reading and just click the picture to go to the product page. But if you are a glutton for punishment, but all means, keep reading. Perhaps this rambling my accidentally go somewhere productive, and sound less, well, “robotic”.

At this time, my little character counter (which starts at 3000, will be be at about 1560 by the period at the end of this sentence. Wow! I was right! I have calculating mind a robot!

Actually, what I really did was see where the counter was by the time I made the “.” and I simply went back and changed it.

In fact, on the subject of search engines and robots, I even programmed this little feature into my description panel page where I can push a button, and all the stop words are red, and all the healthy searchable words are green. It shows about 30 percent red right now, since I’m using stop words like “the, and, because, etc.”

If you are a search engine robot, you could determine that I’m speaking like a normal human being, hence less likely to be “gaming the system” technically speaking. Would you like me to speak purely in non-stop words? Let me try. I have about 876 characters left to go before it stops me, so here goes…

-Illustration picturing robot / woman standing motioning arm toward new creation.-

Darn…it turns out the words “new” and “toward” are red, which means they are stop words.

If you havent figured it out yet (and there is a method to the madness of this post) obviously I am trying to use up space writing (as I am now down to 484 characters) but I am using words “search engine” and “robot” and “stop words” and such, causing this page to come up under search results in related matters. This just may be one of the biggest picture descriptions I’ve ever done, but hey, maybe it will be worth it.

212 characters to go.

Well, you’ve been a great audience. I must now wrap it up and say “robot” one more time. But in the meantime, please enjoy my illustrations and browsing the website for more fun posts like – 0 Read More (See the Illustration)…

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New Set of Cute Dot People, Illustration Clip Art Collection Royalty Free Stock Illustration

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Not to be confused with the cute dot character of the 80′s soda company, this is a cute dot character collection … for use in designs require dot people.

When a stick figure was not good enough (that is, the orange man collection) I proceeded to invent this little dot with arms and legs.

He’s pretty cool. At least, as a dot he really does his job well as a design mascot.

Since he is part of a set, I’ve made him into a hugely discounted collection available for download. Click the picture above to see the entire dot matrix. Read More (See the Illustration)…

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The Science of Cute — Applied to Illustrations and Mascots

Humans have an innate sense of “cute”. Understanding this seemingly abstract concept of cute is hardwired into our minds. Primarily cuteness suggests youth.

A round head with low set eyes, blunt and chubby limbs, roundness…most artists can employ these features instinctively to achieve a level of cuteness in a character.

Humans are particularly attracted to cuteness because we are the ultimate nurturers of all breathing creatures. Our instinct does not stop with our own children, but our sense of cute extends even to the animal world. Without a doubt, human beings are the most qualified “care takers” on this planet.

Ultimately, a cute creature will be more likely to be cared for by its parent, ensuring its survival. Cute has a very practical place in nature.

Cute Illustrations

In my own illustrations I’ve sought to achieve a good balance between cute and professional. This is a very hard thing to do sometimes. Too cute just can’t be taken seriously. Too professional is boring. If I had my way, I’d probably be making more story-book style cuteness, but due to the nature of my field (Stock Illustration) I am forced to calculate my approach more carefully.

I have three main series that employ the “cute factor”.

Orange Man

The Orange Man was my first to do this, and I cannot seem to top this one. It is simply an inflated stick figure redrawn into many many different situations. He is popular and successful because of his complimentary qualities of abstractness and simplicity.

AO-Maru Robot

Created for Techies, he is rather clumsy and bulbous, bearing slight features of a toddler. Still, he bears a certain sophistication with his blue stripes and technologically advanced look which is a balance of modern day and 60′s style technology.

Human Factor (Krinkle’s People).

These were created for my wife. She is the ultimate fan of “cute characters” and I made these for her primarily. Knowing three languages and loving culture, she assigns me the majority of assignments in creating these characters. She writes the descriptions on their product pages, She is bringing our illustrations to french and spanish speaking audiences.

These are my favorites, but not very well known. They have the blunt features of the orange man, but more extreme. They have the same eyes as AO-Maru. I do not expect they will become very popular until a while longer. Due to effects of globalization and more people having access to professional resources such as stock illustration, I expect this series which specializes in racial diversity has yet to see its day in fame. I continue to invest time in the growing of this illustration series.

Are you a fan of “cute”? Keep in touch. Cute is what we draw best.

–Leo