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A play on the famous 50's scifi movie Forbidden Planet Starring Robby the Robot and Percy the peculiarly plastic platypus.
A variety of colours avaliable (links to colour variations and bigger image on my profile).
5 Colours used plus the shirt colour.
Thanks so far,
Check out some more Forbidden Platypus colour variations here.
Also starring Leslie Nielson. No joke.
great colors on all of them. 5.
Great size and colors, nice design!
haha so random that i would have to wear it $5
i love how your designs are getting better and better 5$
Fantastic drawing....even though no one will inderstand what in the sam hell is happening on my chest, i still dig it. 3.
Colors are really super and fit your theme well. I also like th eold school robot, but his legs feel weird. Like they are too "V" shaped. Make sense? Seems it'd be impossible to walk. Even for an early manufactured 'bot. 5
Robots + platypus = YOU ROCK !
mezo, that's how Robby's legs look in the poster
that WanderingBert is having fun with.
Since the movie "Forbidden Planet" was a Sci Fi take on
Shakespeare's "Tempest" which deals with a father's
sexual desires for his daughter, the robot is the phallic
element and the platypus is the spoof V-element.
ha ha ha ha
Nice! I watched this movie in honors english.
And to think where Leslie Neilsen would go from there.
I like the slate one best but they're all cool.
way too dark
I really love this. 5$
I love you... i mean the shirt!
Would prefer it in bright technicolour rather than murkies.
nice half tones!
I've missed the scoring on this one, but I would have given it a $5!!