Publisher: Dai Nihon Kaiga
Author: Shinji Mori
ISBN code: 9784499231886
– I’ve been made in own way so far, very much Naa not Dekiagara to good] […… there is no well can make self-confidence I want to try to make the Zero Fighter plastic model] this book is to eliminate all such your doubts and worries It is the purpose.
– Affordable size 1/72 zero expression of Tamiya collection also easy to easy to make in of carrier-based fighter twenty-one type, a three-dimorphism, the two dimorphism, the theme of the plastic model of the 4 types of fifty-two type, tools required for the manufacture and production procedure, from how to paint, Behind the publication production is summarized to actual description of the more interesting becomes zero Fighter.
– Once you have capture the Zero Fighter is often a window frame of the windshield, also to manufacture the other any reciprocating machine forte.
– A reference book to enjoy even in beginner and intermediate modeler from those who start the reciprocating airplane plastic model now.
– Full-color, 104 pages
Thanks to Tamiya will celebrate the 70 anniversary of its founding this year. And we put the feelings of gratitude to the people who are our patronage on a daily basis, you will receive a souvenir of stuffed special design of the 70-year history.
June 11 (Saturday) Start!
Customers Tamiya product you purchase 3,000 yen or more in the first arrival will receive a commemorative sticker or decal in the shop.
● handling of the prize of sticker or decal will vary depending on the store. In addition, because the prize is by holding store-like it may have been the end, details, thank you so you will contact us in advance to hold shop like.
● The number of prizes is limited. No longer it will be as soon as the campaign ended.
※ This campaign about the inquiry Tamiya Customer Service 054-283-0003 (weekdays 8 am to 20 pm / Saturday, Sunday, and holidays 8:00 am to 17) up. ※ The photograph is an image by all prototype. The actual prize might be different.
58632 1/14 R/C Team Hahn Racing MAN TGS (TT-01 Type-E)
42302 Parts Storage Box (8-Compartment Case x3)
42303 Straight Reamer (3mm)
54693 Double-Sided Tape (20mm x 2m)
54695 Stainless Steel Suspension Shaft & Aluminum Support Bridge (GF-01, WR-02)
54696 Rigid Separate Suspension Mount (1A)
54697 Rigid Separate Suspension Mount (05D)
54698 Rigid Separate Suspension Mount (05E)
54699 Rigid Separate Suspension Mount (05F)
54700 Rigid Separate Suspension Mount (05G)
54701 Aluminum Suspension Mount (05E)
54702 Aluminum Suspension Mount (05F)
54703 Aluminum Suspension Mount (05G)
54704 TA07 Aluminum Steering Arm Set
54705 TA07 Aluminum Steering Bridge
54707 Silicone Oil #250
54708 Silicone Oil #300
54709 Silicone Oil #350
54710 Silicone Oil #400
54711 Silicone Oil #450
54712 Silicone Oil #500
54713 Silicone Oil #550
54714 Silicone Oil #600
54715 Silicone Oil #700
54716 Silicone Oil #800
54717 Silicone Oil #900
54718 Silicone Oil #1000
84430 GF-01/WR-02 Bumper Spring (White, 2pcs.)
51588 On Road Racing Truck Wheels (F&R/2pcs. each)
51589 On Road Racing Truck Tires (2pcs.)
32588 1/48 Japan Ground Self Defense Force Type 10 Tank
92197 1/100 Fuji Dream Airlines Embraer 175
37023 1/35 German Field Maintenance Team & Equipment Set
95266 Dash-5 Dancing Doll Premium (Super-II Chassis)
95279 Astro-Boomerang Clear Blue Special (Super-II Chassis)
19448 Proto-Saber Evolution Premium (AR Chassis)
95091 Hyper-Dash 3 Motor J-Cup 2016
95092 Hyper-Dash Motor PRO J-Cup 2016
95270 A-Spoke Wheels for Low-Profile Tires (Silver Plated)
15502 Thunder Shot Clear Body Set (Polycarbonate)
Tools & Paints
55117 PowerChamp RS
74126 Hard Coated File PRO (Half-Round 5mm width)
69905 Modeler’s Knife (Fluorescent Orange)
2016 marks the 40th anniversary of the release of the Vaillant-liveried Tamiya Porsche 934 (Item 58001). It was the first ever Tamiya R/C car model and one which would kick off a major worldwide trend that still continues to this day. This kit is part of the celebrations of that anniversary, and recreates the 934 in distinctive Jägermeister livery. This highly detailed body runs on the short wheelbase and wide stance TA02SW chassis. The kit includes a plethora of option parts to make this a very special release.
The TA-02SW exhibits a short-wheelbase and has a wide track to accommodate the scale form of the real sports car. It normally features a tub chassis with 4-wheel, fully independent suspension coupled with a rear ball differential and a front gear type differential. This special edition is fitted with a double deck FRP chassis for increased rigidity.
Option Parts Included:
Item 53142 Aluminum Motor Mount
Item 53166 FRP Chassis Set
Item 53194 FRP Rear Damper Stay
Item 54608 CC-01 Assembly Universal Shafts
Item 53152 Hard Propeller Shaft
Item 53193 FRP Front Damper Stay
Item 53806 Ball Diff Cup Joint for Universal Shaft
The 934 is recreated stunningly in durable polycarbonate, with separate side mirror and wing parts. Separate light cases are also included.
Comes with an LED light unit to light up headlights and taillights for the ultimate realistic appearance.
The TA02SW chassis was previously used on the 911 GT2 Racing (Items 58172, 84399 and 47321). It offers a short (236mm) wheelbase and wide tread setup; similar to that so often employed by Porsche.
This kit uses the FRP chassis set, which transforms the chassis into a double deck unit using rigid and lightweight FRP material parts.
FRP front and rear damper stays ensure optimum performance from the CVA oil damper-fitted 4-wheel double wishbone suspension.
The stainless steel propeller shaft is highly durable and offers efficient transmission of power.
Includes front and rear assembly universal shafts, which come with ball diff cup joints.
Enclosed front and rear gear cases have built-in diff gears. The rear is fitted with a ball differential.
Comes with 2-piece wheels, tires and inner sponges. The rear of the model uses wide wheels.
Full ball bearings included.
1/10 scale R/C model assembly kit
2010 is the “lunch break model course” that is delivered from the years with the “maestro” Komori’s graduation, it will be the last time in this. The last theme is scheduled to released in July, Tamiya’s first passenger aircraft model “1/100 Fuji Dream Airlines Embraer 175”. It will be completed within the really time. It was live on end from Tamiya plastic model factory Tressa Yokohama studio until 8 o’clock at night from 12 o’clock noon.
Girls und Panzer, Kantai Collection, the upcoming Gate–the current crop of military anime are an ugly reminder of how far the industry has declined. No, I’m not talking about the left wing claim that cartoons are raising a generation of war mongers, or the cynical notion that anything will sell as long as it has cute girls and guns. What’s most disturbing is the lack of animators who can actually draw the hardware being fetishized. Need a tank, fighter jet or battleship? Better call a CG artist, because nearly everyone with the skills to put precision parts to paper has vanished into sakuga history.
Fujita Yukihisa is one such forgotten hero, an unsung great who could handle moe just as well as mecha. Throughout the 80s he was the face of model kit maker Tamiya where his family-friendly mascots, Moko-chan and rabbit companion Rabi-kun, waved to consumers from packages as if to say, “Don’t be afraid, modeling is FUN and EASY. Give it a try!” Build-it-yourself RC cars and Gundam kits were hot with kids–why not also sell them on something with real firepower?
If Moko-chan and Rabi-kun look too cute to be hawking military armament, that’s sort of the point. Their smiles gave a soft edge to hardware that the typical airbrushed box art lacked. They were even wholesome enough for Comic BomBom, a mecha-centric monthly manga anthology, where they indoctrinated their early elementary readers on the basics of the hobby.
I don’t know if Fujita himself could rebuild an engine block but he could certainly draw a diagram that told you how. His illustrations show a technical understanding of how things work, what parts move and why–the soul of modeling. So it’s no surprise to see him credited as a mechanical designer on classic films and OVAs like Char’s Counterattack, Riding Bean and…Relic Armor Legaciam? Well, they can’t all be blockbusters.
His most important contribution to fan culture is also his most obscure–1984’s Awake, a four-minute short that welcomed visitors to sci-fi convention Tokusatsu Taikai with animation from Asari Yoshitoo (Space Family Carlvinson), Morino Usagi, Toyoshima U-saku and other artists like himself who dominated the dojinshi scene only to vanish along with the VHS market.
It’s not clear what happened to Fujita. Both he and his aesthetics were left behind when the OVA business packed up and anime migrated to the late-night broadcast model in the mid-90s. Soon after Pokemon exploded onto the scene and kids became too busy trying to catch ‘em all than to bother building kits. With models no longer selling, anime needed a new product to advertise and bishojo scale figures fit the bill. The audience that bought into pre-assembled collectibles grew into the current generation of animators who couldn’t draw their way out an armed conflict if their lives depended on it.
I’ve managed to track down some of Fujita’s work from a time before CG graphics or consumption tax. The following pages showcase that mix of cartoony cuteness, cold steel and slapstick humor that makes 80s anime fascinating years after the fact. According to Japanese bloggers Fujita still runs a booth at Wonder Festival, the bi-annual figure trade show. If you run into him amidst the garage kit faithful and soft vinyl hustlers do me a favor and ask, “Where the hell are you now that we need you the most?”
Source: Ceiling Gallery
Body of polyester material has excellent quick-drying, touch of silky even sweat is the perfect T-shirts and the like also good sports wear. Design is subjected to bright red and blue stripes on the logo of the TRF, back of Tamiya mark is printed in chic black and white. It finished in one outfit to shine in the race scene. Body color will be black. Size was available in four types. ※ body color: black Material: Polyester
Tamiya is proud to be able to offer a number of high quality product lines, including our popular 1/14 scale R/C Truck Series. It gives us great pleasure to announce that our 1/14 scale R/C model of the Mercedes-Benz Actros 3363 6×4 GigaSpace (Item 56548) has received the prestigious Truckmodell-Star award for 2016. The award is given by major German hobby industry publisher VTH (which celebrates its 70th anniversary this year), and bears the name of its popular Truckmodell magazine, a prestigious German language publication on all things R/C truck-related. The award, which is pictured beside, is the latest accolade for the Series, and we look forward to announcing many more in the future.