Almost....the technique of the figures does look like they're from that era (except poses have something Mesopotamian in stature + Aztec in deco), but faux-geometrical-pattern 'cornices' up and down are from an earlier period and were mostly abandoned by Late Corinthian. Not entirely, mostly
One additional impressive detail: you went with the correct form of dimension lines - style used in engineering! That a coincidence too?
Different dimension styles are used in construction, architecture, engineering and so on, so you happened to pick the right ones - quite suitable for robots!
..and as for my ramblings about styles of Greek pottery above, I'm no expert, really...just happen to remember some unnecessary details from the massive art history material that I had to cram in my skull back in the day in order to pass many, many exams.........and to have no use of any of it in later life, of course