The delay, though, is always due to the number of punters - Salute is the best organised show I've attended and the Warlords always do a fantastic job with it. Anyway, here are the poor quality, blurry, piccies I've got. Mainly due to taking the pics one-handed as I had a large bag full of toys in one hand!
|The advance ticket q when I joined it|
can't even see the venue
|same q after 3 mins walking - still can't see the venue!|
|At last! - after 5-6 mins walking in the q, the entrance is in sight!|
|Building on the Gripping Beast stand;|
was tempted, but intend 2 build one myself
|The scrum around Hasslefree's stand|
|Behind that long line of gamers is|
(allegedly!) the bring-and-buy
|Allsorts go to Salute ... I think this guy was demo'ing|
an Anime game ... he could just like Pandas though ....
|Commando Mini's not seem them before. Got a pack of their|
post ww2 brits for SE Asia insurgencies
|VSF is one of my likes; great stuff on this table|
|Steam Tank from the same game|
|and a flyer from it as well - lovely model|
|Another strange flyer game; took this photo because of the|
mat they used - quite intriguing
|Fantastic victorian-era terrain - no idea bout the game though!|
|The radio controlled tank game - £1.50|
for 5 mins driving or until you got blown-up!
|My haul - details will follow|
in another post