12 Oct '11, 2am

#Thai #sculptor makes life-sized #Transformers from scrap metal

#Thai #sculptor makes life-sized #Transformers from scrap metal

Imagine being a child who is a big fan of Transformers, and getting an Optimus Prime toy for your birthday -- only that it is the exact size of the real thing. STOMPer ladiesman217 , who sent in these pictures, said: "Thai sculptor Yumi Modal has created life-sized (and less than life-sized) Transformers statues, from Optimus to Bumblebee. "The statues are made from discarded car parts and other scraps of machinery and metal. "Modal, whose real nameis Anchalee Saengtai, builds these incredible statues as her family business. "She's also made statues of Aliens, Predators, Terminators, Star Wars characters, and more. Her company YumiModal is located in Bangkok, Thailand. Their latest and most noticeable work is the six-metre tall Optimus Prime."

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