Unfortunately, I missed taking photos of the Malifaux tournament, the Kings of War tournament, the Lord of the Rings tournament, the Deep Wars demo, and the Freeblades demo, but here are a few pics of Warmachine and Wreck Age.
|The Warmachine tournament room.|
|The #1 table. An awesome trench board. I want one!|
|The #2 table. Bridge over a frozen river. Fantastic attention to detail.|
Here is the display case, showing studio paint-jobs. Someone said Matt Wilson painted some of these. I apologize for the yellow cast. I thought my auto white balance would take care of all of that. Nope. I did what I could to correct it in Picasa.
Below is another pic borrowed from the Bad Dice Facebook gallery. Those guys take better pictures than I do. It looks like their white balance is right on. I have no excuses.
Back to my shots, taken through an amber filter apparently. Shows good detail, though.
My faves, the Trollkin.
This would be such an awesome model. But I think Privateer Press has gone overboard with the multi-layered, super-filigree, spikey plate armor. Still, I love this concept, and I always dug the cavalry riding the reindeer.
Now here's a newer post-apocalyptic game called Wreck Age. I spoke with Matt, one of the founders, several times. Matt has great energy and loves what he's doing and really cares about how he's running the business. I wish him great success.
And I want these terrain boards.
But that's why I take pictures -- so that I can draw inspiration to make my own.
Matt was very kind to remove the glass so that I could take close-up pics of the models.
A great variety of characters. So much personality and variety of kit. Excellent basing, too.
The biker-looking dude on the right is one of my favorites. I found out later that you got a free miniature, if you played a demo. I had every intention to play a demo, but I got distracted all weekend. Bummer. I could have scored a miniature!
So Mad Max.
Nice to see a non-action pose in the mix.
The next post will explore more gaming figs for skirmish games, photographed in the vendor hall!