The second sheet shows the other robot design. This is a traditional robot in every sense of the word. he has stiff joints, he's less humanoid. He's on wheels, he has multiple parts that appear from within his bulky frame and also has attachments to replace his clamp like hands. And his body is less flexible than the first robot design. Although I do add a little flexibility to his legs to indicate or exaggerate movement. There is a lot of scope for various sized gadgets and relevant tools appearing from inside his body which he can off to his master. I particularly like the sketch of him tripping over a rock and falling flat on his face. In fact to add more action his head has completely disappeared within his body. What can I say? I love slap-stick. The image at the bottom of the page shows a more detailed ink drawing of the character with the author as with the first design.