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Moveable Transformer Robot Made from KFC Bucket!

Sohu blog user Wonderdasher created this insanely detailed paper model of Bumblebee Transformer from KFC cartons, milk boxes, chopsticks, parts of a ball-point pen, plastic spring and glue! The robot has more than 60 movable joints and can actually transform.

Link [lots of cool pics, in Chinese with some English translation]- via IZ Reloaded

An amazing feat, yes.

But it's not all cardboard:

"Dude uses paperboard, KFC buckets, mooncake, egg-pie and milk boxes in addition to chopsticks, popsicle sticks, the core of ball-point pen, clew, plastic spring, etc to make this incredible 36cm tall Bumblebee that has more than 60 movable joints!"
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yeh man, but I would so love for this to be the way fast food joints advertise for big budget movies by having one of a kind inovations of the imagination, other than crappy choke toys for kids and plastic cups . Thanks alot Lucas!
aside from my curled lip blabber, This is one hella awesome work
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This is incredible but "can actually transform"? I see no evidence of this, in any of the many places this wonderful project has been posted. Still awesome though.
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