VQS(2020)本日、タミヤから出荷となります😃 お手元に届くまで、もうしばらくお待ちくださいませ🙏 #タミヤRC #tamiyarc 製品詳細はコチラhttps://t.co/4CVJ37OEUo pic.twitter.com/UqiD0q4NHU
— Tamiya RC Models【タミヤ】 (@TAMIYAGP_STAFF) December 15, 2020
今週発売の「VQS(2020)」の走行動画を公開❗️オリジナルのバンキッシュは1988年12月20日発売、ちょうど32年の時を経ての復活です🤩終盤の動画フレームレートとタイヤ回転が一致した不思議シーンにも注目‼️ #タミヤRC #tamiyarc #タミヤRCアクション 製品詳細：https://t.co/4CVJ37OEUo pic.twitter.com/EIvKYiEbVT
— Tamiya RC Models【タミヤ】 (@TAMIYAGP_STAFF) December 16, 2020
Wow, this just amazing to see! thank you Tamiyablog.
You are welcome John. 🙂
How I long and pray that Avante 2001 will be packed in that same production line. The classic box art again the last one of the avante family.
Also how about an officially released Egress driver why have tinted screens for H Ogre. A figure as optional would be super, small things like these make all the difference.
2021 make it happen
In recent years Tamiya tends to use actual prototype photos for the new RC kits boxart, and artist drawings as boxart are becoming rare (unless it is a re-release item, and old boxart is re-used too). Really a pity, as those artist drawings boxart are really great artistic works. A way of cost-cutting? Or try to protect itself from possible criticism that the boxart impressions are not “actual description” of the kits?
Good question, a possible third explanation could be the (younger?) market they are often targeted to, as for example much lower price static kits and Mini 4WD still mainly have drawn box art.
ON THE TOPIC OF BOX ART. SCALE MODELS HAVE GROWN AWAY FROM IT AS WELL. AND IT USED TO BE ONE OF MY FAVORITE THINGS TO SEE OPENING THE BOX. S ALL THE DETAILS THE ARTIST DREW