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Monday, 6 June 2016
WarhammerFest: Cool stuff I saw, and summary
Well, WarhammerFest is pretty far in the past now. I should stop waffling on about it and finish up using the photos I took there.
This is a big Forge World display board - it's not necessarily "new" as such - sections of it are from the old attack on Calth board they did for the last event.
I love these civilian vehicle conversions. They're really characterful and the sort of thing I adore as I feel they add depth to the setting..
All in all, I really enjoyed WarhammerFest. It was an excellent use of a weekend, and I got to catch up with many awesome people I like and have time for. Staying on site was an excellent choice. I felt like I was less organised with what I wanted to do this year - I missed a couple of demonstration pods and similar I wanted to at least have a look at.
Glamour shot of shipping crates. I may be a little excited about GW's latest shipping container option, but need to assemble and paint some more stuff before I'm allowed to get them. :)
I mean, who doesn't love a good shipping container?
This was a board from the Warhammer World team, using some of their models and armies.
This excellent Coteaz is painted by James Karch.
So with that, I'll sign off on WarhammerFest until the next one.
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I love all that stuff.ReplyDelete
I thought the civilian / support vehicles would appeal!Delete
Some really fantastic stuff......wish I had more time and space😀ReplyDelete
Its all really inspiring. I think every wargamer would love to have more time and space for the hobby...Delete
Man, I wish I had the chance to go to something like that. Being in the US, it's a bit of a trip.ReplyDelete
It isn't impossible with planning, but it's certainly easier for us to pop up for a quick weekend!Delete
Marvellous!! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
No worries. Always happy to show people bits and pieces of stuff from events I've been to.Delete