Video: Watch a Gundam Model Being Built in Stop Motion

The world of Gundam has always been popular ever since it first appeared in the 1980's. In fact, the series continues to grow with various TV shows, toys, video games, and comics.
Gunpla, a Gundam model, is one popular hobby and it can be very demanding. You could say that it takes up a lot of time, effort, and money if you ever want to build a good model.
It's already difficult to build a decent looking gunpla, but making a stop motion video during the building process is amazing. In fact, the whole process is equally time consuming and demanding.
Anyways, we should probably head over to the video and check it.

We beginning the gunpla building process by unboxing the model kit. Oh boy, the kit has tons and tons of parts in it.
Luckily, someone else is going to be building the gunpla. Of course, you can always consult with the instructions if you're ever lost.
However, it's not easy to build a gunpla especially if it's your first time doing it. We know since we tried it ourselves.
In any case, we just hope that the gunpla turns out fine after all these parts are assembled.

After snipping out a ton of parts, we can already see the lower half of the gunpla formed. There was certainly a ton of parts and it's amazing that he kept track of it easily.
We're quite excited to see how the gunpla will turn out! The quality of the model looks good and it doesn't even need a fresh coat of paint.
If you guys were wondering, the hardcore gunpla builders tend to paint their gunpla in order to get the best looking one.
Of course, you could choose to buy the higher quality model kit which has a decent paint job. However, it's always nice to see a custom gunpla every once in a while.

The gunpla is almost completely formed and it only needs a couple of parts left. A couple of armor pieces should definitely finish this amazing work of art.
The large gunpla model stand also makes it easier for everyone to admire it. It's always a nice feeling to put your hard work up for display, so we can understand how the builder must feel.
If you ask though, we'd probably put it inside a glass case for extra protection from the elements. We just hope that nothing tragic will occur that would ruin the gunpla.
In any case, he could always find another hobby if he finds gunpla too demanding or too expensive.

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