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The Foldabots and interview with comic creator Jomike Tejido
Comic Creator and artist Jomike Tejido (www.mikrokosmos.tk) creates the Foldabots, every issue of K-Zone magazine comes out a free Foldabots character.
"Foldabots are paper robots that can actually transform! This month's Foldabot is Buhawi, who turns into a Philippine Eagle in beast mode! Includes art page, tech specs , pattern sheet and photos of assembled Foldabot! all you need are scissors and glue! Check them out and their Filipino names.. for pinoy transfans " Jomike said.
Here's our interview with the robot designer, Jomike Tejido
TFPH: What's the idea on why you created the Foldabots?
Jomike: I bumped into an old notebook i had in grade two and i saw patterns of robots there. patterns that i forgotto cut and create. and i knew since they had wheels on their arms and wings on their torso, they were my own transformers patterns. so i remembered that ever since i was a kid, i created my own toys after seein
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