Although the finished Bandai Cinema Rise Standard Toy Story 4: Woody plastic model kit is quite photogenic, you should still view it either in person, or the next best thing i.e. vicariously via video, just to appreciate how cool this kit is. For that reason, I've embedded two videos about my Woody project, with descriptions about what each entails, so you can decide if they are worth watching.
First up is the unboxing and pre-assembly video (see above) in which we take a quick look at what's inside the box before proceeding to look at each individual sprues in detail. Here you can get a better appreciation of the quality of the molded plastic parts, while excellent, still requires selected parts to be painted in order for Woody to become color accurate. Of the two, the unboxing video is naturally the more boring one. It's skippable if you don't plan to get the model kit. But if you do, then you might want to take a look at what comes with the kit to see if it's something that you want to work with.
Secondly we have the assembly and post-assembly review video (see above) in which I put together the main sub-assemblies - head, cowboy hat, torso, pelvis, arms, hands, legs, feet, and gun holster - that was completed off-camera earlier. Because a video of the full assembly process (i.e. from sprue to completed product) would've taken too long, I had shortened the on-camera assembly process to prevent the video from becoming too boring. In this video I also provide you with a 360 degree view of the partially-painted Toy Story 4: Woody plastic model kit.
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