and they don't need sunlight

Summer holidays have finally started, so I have three months to paint all my gunpla.

I should make a list to help keep track of what I aim to complete:

Aston’s Land Man Rodi (plus a little mobile worker for Takaki)
-> already finished washing the runners, just waiting for him to dry

My Kimaris kit bash (I shall name it Kimaris Full Armour and paint it bright red! Because I like red…)

1/48 GFT Gundam

Astaroth Origin (haven’t decided if I’m doing it in a flat red or a metallic red)

Barbatos Lupus

Some other random assortment of kits (mainly gundam ibo kits) that I’m gonna straight build and touch up with some paint and topcoat

Repaint my Throne Zwei…
(last month… Someone wondered into my room and spilled rubbing alcohol on my Zwei… It kinda ruined my paint job…)

I have restocked $200 worth of paint, primer, sandpaper and topcoat, so I think I’m ready to hibernate in my room for 3 months and build gunpla.

My preference would be they would not be released at once, because I feel like there’s going to be anticipation, and I think the diehard fans would enjoy it more with a little separation. Because the last thing you want is for someone to jump to the last episode and [ruin] it for everybody — which I think would happen, quite frankly, in this day and age of binging. So my preference would be to release them at least a day apart. Let people get a little sunlight and go for a walk around the corner. [Laughs] We have not spoken to Netflix about it, so I don’t know what their thought process is yet. But we’re planning to throw it out there.
—  Amy Sherman Palladino on Netflix’s rollout plan.(x)