Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Gameday 2014


I didn't get a chance to post any painted mini picks this, but I did attend one of the two local miniature conventions, Gameday.  Here are a few pictures from some of the games a friend took.

A Darkest Africa game from the master of scenario design Dave.

A 15mm Napoleonics game with lots of well painted eye candy.

A medieval Japanese skirmish game with an incredible selection of buildings.

Part of a large WW2 aircraft battle, with amazing models

A well designed Sword and the Flame that had the players cheering.
A suprise for the players, zombies unexpectadly appear.
 A pulp action adventure with an exciting prison break.
 A really large sea battle, with untold quantities of ships.

A couple scenes from the biggest Flames of War game ever.

 I used my trench table for the last time.
 You can't tell but the burnign smoke clouds have flickering tea lights inside, to make them look like they're really burning.

Till Sunday, when I hope to have miniatures to show you.

love, Baconfat


  1. Awesome photos. That trench table is a work of art.

  2. Looks like a great time. That trench table is fantastic!

  3. Lovely looking tables, the trenches really caught my eye.

  4. Looks like a good day out. Fantastic photos. That trench table is epic dude.

  5. Great selection of photos, but your trenches are superb.

  6. Great looking games there, James. Why is the trench table being used for the last time? Sold it to a lucky gamer? We'll miss you again at Enfilade! Hope you can return to us here in the Pacific NW someday

  7. Interesting mix of games, looks like it was grand day out. Like the trench table, and I too must ask , why the last time used?

  8. Thanks for all they compliments on the trench.

    Dean, MarkG,

    It simply takes up to much room in my garage, so it must find a new home, so I can build something else. I would sell it immediately, but no one in they're right mind would want to pay shipping.

  9. I am really impressed by the trenches, awesome! Beautiful pictures...