[Sorry for the radio silence: I've had the dreaded ManFlu.]
This was last week, and it wasamazing! It's always a good start when it takes me an age to park even in my tiny wee Fiat Panda, but when I got in it was as busy as you like.
Much props to the wargaming friends Lee, Jay and Gary I got to see there, and it was particularly great to see Col. Gravis of 'Curious Constructs' fame.
My photos were rubbish, alas, but I'll try to communicate the highlights briefly below...
|Above and below: the first thing that caught my eye - a gorgeous Wild West game set-up, complete with narrow-gauge railroad and train in the background! - shamefully, I didn't catch the name of it.|
|Above and Below: Across a Dead Earth exhibition game. I wasn't able to see the game in action, but the board looked just amazing!|
The game above was so damned interesting, I'm going to give it its own post...
|Above and the two below: a rather beautiful looking ACW game based around the Battle of Belmont.|
|Above and below: Curious Constructs. Just amazing kits. Amazing. Seriously, check out the new walker platforms below.|
|And wasn't this just a treat - that's right: one of Jon Lambshead's 'Hammer's Slammers' books - why not pop over and see him now? Link here: [link]|
Here's to PAW 2016, eh?