I introduced it on Twitter the other day
From assembly of Tama’s test shot
What is the ship NEXT?
What is the year of the motif?
I want to do everything in detail
Please see to the end
Ship NEXT Series Under development with new mold Light cruiser_Kuma
Test shot in the assembly finished product to make tried.
↓ There are still various shapes and shapes, but please enjoy the atmosphere with high-quality photos.
The 1st to 4th guns are equipped with a wave shield. The chrysanthemum crest is an integral mold on the bow
You can understand well the smart shape to demonstrate the high speed like the flagship of the torpedo squadron.
Tama is a familiar horizontal stretch against the linoleum vertical stretch of Kuma. ↓ Tama and Kuma have their own decks!
Please look up the surface modeling on the heel side!
High-strength steel, rivet, closed porthole in the center …
This is 1/700 instead of 1/350.
Scheduled to be released from February to March 2020. looking forward to!
What is ship NEXT ?
The product is designed with a snap-fit type that does not require an adhesive, and is a series that sets it apart from conventional kits.
The assembly method is all inset, and both offshore and full hull types can be manufactured by dividing the parts in the water line (excluding bonus parts)
Color tone is expressed in advance using pre-colored molding materials, and details and markings are reproduced with a real seal with excellent followability.
Accurately shaped the delicate curve near the bow fairleader. The design reflects the 66cm shear (height) at the bow.
Detailed reproduction of steel plate / strip processing surface differences on the chain deck.
The Ogai Electric Circuit is expressed with an appropriate height and sharpness that models the electric circuit and the holding bracket.
|★ main gun|
|The 14-centimeter main gun is shaped including the breech (within the shield), a slide mold is used, and the muzzle represents an opening.|
|Only the 1st to 4th guns are shaped with a shield on the shield, and the difference from the 5th to 6th guns is used as a special part to express the difference.|
|The 2nd main gun contains two types of parts facing backwards, and facing forward, with a gun elevation angle to prevent waves.|
|On the top of the main gun shield, a bonded 13 mm single machine gun is attached as a bonus part.|
|The bridge is recreated based on the remaining drawings and recorded photographs.|
|The bulletproof board covering the Rashinkan Bridge is expressed in detail by examining its shape, rivets and mounting angle.|
|The sponson on the side of the bridge is designed to recreate the shape including the lower strut, increasing the sense of precision.|
|The bridge window is made of transparent parts, and the interior floor is engraved with a grating floor and the compass is also three-dimensional.|
|The compass and the rear part of the command tower are shaped as a canvas.|
|★ Torpedo Armor|
|The launch tube is a completely new design with an excellent finish that incorporates detailed shapes.|
|The opening of the rear launch tube comes with special parts that can reproduce the state of being blocked by canvas.|
|★ Central part|
|Many armor plate thicknesses and three-dimensional shapes of rivets are reflected, centering on the central part of the heel side.|
|The upper part of the chimney is in a state of “feeling out” and black molding color. The chimney is a thin type of the Kuma type and reproduced with dedicated parts.|
|The steam pipe has been made highly precise by making it a separate part from the chimney, and the taller size than the chimney has also been faithfully reproduced.|
|The davit in front of the port side reproduces the appearance of a large replacement.|
|The 5,500t type light cruiser has two types of linoleum deck, vertical / horizontal, and Tama is reproduced with special parts on the horizontal.|
|★ rear / stern|
|The rear shelter deck is designed and divided with the warship color on the deck edge / side and the linoleum color on the horizontal plane at precise positions.|
|The linoleum tension is also reproduced under the rear shelter deck.|
|The rear mast is an integrally molded part including the rear signal light.|
|Includes a guff that attaches to the rear mast so that the battle flag can be raised as a bonus part.|
|The tip of the stern detonation rail is in a folded state, and its appearance is expressed in an accurate shape without omission.|
|The double horn shape of the stern is accurately represented on the bottom part of the ship.
|Comes with a cut-out sticker to express the color of details.|
|Includes the warship flag and the internal color of the cutter.|
|A black molded product with a low center of gravity is included.|
|Finished size: approx. 32 x 2.3 x 5.5 cm = length 32.3 x ship width 2.3 x height 5.5 cm
Did you know Fujimi’s NEXT Tama?
Released in February! ! Retail stores are accepting highly acclaimed reservations! !
Reservation required to get securely
This is an introduction of a new product that will be shipped soon!
Free research series №3 EX-1
Today’s edition Velociraptor (Dino Orange specification)!
* The photo shows the product assembled and painted.
Velociraptor which won favorable reception comes up in new color !
Unlike conventional colors (green, blue), it has a different impression
The snap-fit design allows assembly without using any adhesive.
Consists of colored molded parts that can be easily assembled even when unpainted.
The molding color is orange like this
Also, you can enjoy the details just by sticking the attached sticker.
The main part is a movable design, which allows the user to freely pose by raising and lowering the arm and moving the wrist and ankle.
Raptor also has a lot of color variations
In the dinosaur movie, Raptor appeared in 4 sisters ~
It appeared ~
Free research series №3 EX-1
Today’s edition Velociraptor (Dino Orange specification)
Scheduled to be shipped on February 5, 2019! !
Box size: 386x240x70 mm
HIGHLY DETAILED MODEL
CLEAR PARTS INCLUDED
PHOTO-ETCHED PARTS INCLUDED
DECAL SHEET INCLUDED
8 OPTIONS SIDE ADVERT
3 OPTIONS FRONT ADVERT
3 OPTIONS REAR ADVERT
Design and pre-war service
B-type buses were built in Walthamstow and replaced the X-type bus. It had a 34 seat capacity and is often considered to be the first mass produced bus. The first bus began carrying passengers in 1911. By 1913 around 2500 had entered service.
The B-type was designed by Frank Searle, who was chief engineer of the LGOC. It had a wooden frame, steel wheels, a worm drive and chain gearbox. Its top speed was 16 miles per hour (26 km/h), which was above the legal speed limit at that time of 12 miles per hour (19 km/h). However the vehicle could reach 30–35 miles per hour (48–56 km/h) under the right conditions.
B-types carried 16 passengers inside and had seats for 18 on the uncovered top deck. These outside seats were fitted with wet-weather canvas covers. Electric lighting was introduced from 1912, and headlights in 1913. Before this, it was thought that interior lighting would render the bus sufficiently visible at night.
Manufacturer London General Omnibus Company
Body and chassis
Doors 1 door
Floor type Step entrance
World War I service
A total of 900 of the buses were used to move troops behind the lines during World War I. After initially serving without any modifications and in their red-and-white livery, they were painted khaki. It was soon found that the glass windows on the lower deck were prone to breakage, mostly from contact with the men’s rifles and packs. The glass was therefore removed and replaced by planks nailed to the sides of the vehicle.
The B-Type could carry 24 fully equipped infantrymen and their kit. Some were converted into mobile pigeon lofts to house the pigeons used for communication along the front. They served until the end of the war when they were used to bring troops home
The Imperial War Museum preserves a B-Type bus, B43, which was built by AEC in 1911 and ran on London bus routes until being purchased by the War Office in 1914.B43 served in France and Belgium until 1919 when it was repurchased by the LGOC. On 14 February 1920 B43 was inspected by King George V at Buckingham Palace, becoming the first bus the monarch had ever boarded.During the early 1920s the bus was retired from service and preserved by the Auxiliary Omnibus Companies Association, who renamed it Ole Bill after Bruce Bairnsfather’s celebrated caricature of a British soldier. Ole Bill continued to appear in commemorative parades,[nb 2] before being presented to the Imperial War Museum in April 1970.