Amazing Gundam Statue Made from Left-Over Plastic Runners

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A group of Gundam fans from Tokyo, Japan has used a whole lot of these frames (usually called runners) to build 10- foot tall status of  the RX-78 model. They used those plastic grids that come attached to most plastic model parts were just a bunch of useless junk. It took over 250 man-hours to complete, over the course of 95 days. The photos below offer a pretty good view of the RG (recycle grade) Gundam model.

 

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