And that's so much more difficult to achieve in 2022 than it was 20 years ago. There are only 24 hours a day and seven days a week, and people have a limited amount of time in which they can choose to watch YouTube videos. But you're "fighting" for that piece of attention against millions of other creators. So you can't afford your content to be too long, boring, or downright annoying. We've featured stories from the guys over at Woodworking Art several times before, and they're always inspiring to watch.
Their videos are usually seven to 15 minutes long, and they've perfected the craft to a level you'll rarely see anywhere else. With that in mind, it may sometime feel like what they're doing is easy, but let's just agree to the fact that it's not. In their most recent video, they've opted to build the mid-size, Hilux-based SUV that goes by the name of Toyota Fortuner.
Given the limited time viewers have to follow such a complex build, they've opted to shorten the video to just over five minutes. But they've also made it clear that it took 30 days to turn a simple wooden block into a model car with functioning suspension, direction, opening doors, hatch, and hood among plenty of other details. Suddenly, customizing diecast cars doesn't sound as difficult anymore.