Another helpful video in building GUNPLA.
I remember building my first GUNPLA (Gundam Wing Nataku and Deathscythe Hell), I had no idea about the tools and I just used to twist and pulling the parts from the runners that really scared the heck out of me. Luckily, it didn't end up with broken parts. I use a cutter for removing excess nubs. I use a a really thin brush and acrylic paint for outlining (and it sure was messy that time, a lot of trial and error).
Never knew that there are actually tools that would help make things easier.
Someday if I had enough money, I'll try building my own Gunpla. Combining two model units makes it look more cooler and stronger. Sometimes it can even look like a different new Gundam.
So GUNPLA isn't just about following whatever it is on the manual. It's a process of fine workmanship that needs discipline and patience.
credit to uploader: GundamInfo