Robot. If not the right detail found in a pile of scrap metal, I hardly would have started creating this robot sculpture. It was a round object with two round holes that looked like eyes. This was the starting point from which construction began. I had to think a lot how to join parts made of different metals. I used welding and some screws as well as rivets. Using acrylic paint, I gave the robot the color of rusty metal to show that it had laid underground for a long time and now it’s time to break free.
When I showed the robot to my son-in-law who is a professional programmer and loves electronics, he suggested making it move as he can make it real. We both started enthusiastically creating a plan for what it should look like. Firstly, when you turn on the switch in the eye pit, the red light should turn on and blink for a few seconds, then the other eyeball will rotate, turn your head to the left, then to the right and return to the starting position. The robot then directs the eye’s gaze to the weapon held in the hand and activates its action. According to a pre-written program, a combination of LED lights comes on. He is ready to throw a disc and destroy the enemy.