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G1 Transformer Bumblebee Version 2 (mini figure scale / transformable) . Here is my second attempt at G1 Bumblebee in Lego, one of the popular characters from Transformer. . I wanted to redesign a Bumblebee into a more compact and delicate creation just like the toys line released nowadays. Most to the toys out there takes long time to get it transform, not like the original toys those released in 80's. It is the result of the target buyers are mainly adults rather than children. This is a completely rebuild version featuring openable door, mini-figure compatible and true to the original G1 look in robot mode. One of the big challenges is to handle the large back panel, and also to manage the extendable legs and make them look longer. LetíŽs get ready to transform it. The transformation is a little bit complicated but not so sloppy. I am still able to do the transformation without taking any part off. I am showing you the transformation step by step in photos and I wish you can take them as building reference or instruction if you wanted build one of this. I tried to copy the way that the toys handle the leg transformation, but the major different is they did not consider the space to fit the driver so that the whole car interior can store the thighs and pelvic together. Transformation is done. It is a 4 to 6 studs wide car. I wanted to capture the classic Volkswagen Beetle look rather than the original toy look which is much more chubby. I used another idea to present the rear bumper. From the bottom view you can see everything fit together neatly. Thank you for watching!


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