Under each eye, they wear a sticker, mainly black, with an icon in the middle that apparently represents some local sporting organisation or team. They say it is "football" or "baseball", but the former looks more like the famous game of "hand-egg", and the latter does not seem to be a sport, as it appears to consist largely of consuming large amounts of beer and junk food whilst watching grown men have public temper tantrums.
Anyway, I thought, why can't we proclaim our support for Instructables in the same decorative manner? One presumes that such adhesive icons could be printed commercially, but this is Instructables, and there is a laser cutter in the corner...
Thus was born the Robot Face Decal Stencil.
Step 1: Create the stencil
I then split the image into three sections for stenciling purposes - an outline of Robot as a whole, a background to create the "greasepaint" stripe, and the details of Robot's body.
That took only a couple of minutes to type, but took a couple of hours to actually do...
(I have attached several versions of the file to this step, so that you can create or modify your own stencils as you wish.)
Step 2: Cutting the stencil
I took a couple of preliminary runs to check that the detail worked, and to get the power and speed settings right (check your own cutter's manual for better details), then ran off two cheek-sized stencils, and one larger (possibly for a shoulder?), before I realised that I had run out of the thin card I scavenged from a small box.