Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Friend or Servant?


10 comments:

GhettoFab said...

I NEED THAT TV!!!. I hope my imaginary friend hooks me up with one...Love it!

Joe Fowler said...

That friend's not imaginary... it's called a wife!

Ooooooo!!!

I'm in so much trouble.

Nice design, Brett, I love the color, and the dude in the chair. Well done.

Seth Hippen said...

Cool! It's even on wheels. I would actually want to commute if I had this, unless it only had the one channel, but it's got money, so I guess I could get a satelite. Nice!

Ken Chandler said...

This guy is equipt! Great way to get around, popcorn pizza and a movie-- what more could you ask for? Perhaps a seatbelt. Great Imaginary friend you've chosen for yourself Brett. If you manage to build it maybe I'll commission one for myself.

B Beach said...

Great idea! Is there a store that sells these? There should be, is that bulk candy in the barrels? This WOULD be a nice way to commute to work, it even flies! I like the Illustrator/Streamline approach -- is that what you did? Nice.

Blogerts said...

I actually used trace bitmap in Flash to solidify the sketch lines, and get rid of the pencil scratches. I then brought it back into Photoshop.

I like this guy, because his main job is to give me pizza and money on command, and yes... that's candy in the barrels (along with some soft drinks).

Peter said...

Mmmm, candy and pizza! TV and 80's-style robots bring back lots of childhood memories.

Adrian Ropp said...

I can't believe you have that cool of an imaginary servant, and you can't find anything better to watch than NBC. Hopefully it's the Office or some other such fun fare. This is the coolest invention ever. I mean, Come On! One hand for pizza, one hand for money? Perfection.

S.T. Lewis said...

The only thing I don't like about this is that it's imaginary. A robot TV that flies and has plenty of money and food... this thing has all I need! Very nice, Brett.

Marco Antonio said...

They aren't servants to us, we are slaves to the TV!! They lash us with those long commercials during half time and my favorite show of Lost.