Well, it’s been a week since I returned from Little Wars, I came back to a huge pile of work and had a horrible cold for several days … so I’m finally getting around to posting the last video from Little Wars. In This video I spend some time just walking around the main gaming hall and try to give you a feeling for what it’s like there. I hope you enjoy the clips.
Here’s a piece I picked up at Little Wars in Chicago this year. It’s going to take a little work to clean it up nice but it will be a cool piece to add to my collection. MQ-9 Reaper from I-95 Enterprises.
In this episode I conduct three interviews at Little Wars. First is Tim from Kings Hobbies and Game, next is Ken from Badger Airbrushes and finally Steve from HMGS Midwest,,, the organization that puts on this convention.
This is the M48 with Reactive Armor from Croissant Miniatures (AKA In Service Miniatures). I’ve had this piece since 1986, it was one of the original masters that the production mold was made from. It only took me 30 years to get around to putting some paint on it.
Today I graduated from the little tray my weathering powders were in to a new one that I bought on Amazon. This new bigger one will finally allow me to use the powders that have been sitting on my shelf not being used for over a year. Here is a link to the new organizer tray thingy I just bought.
I went from this…
The names of the colors do not mean anything really except when I go to reorder them someday (unlikely as this seems like a lifetime supply). I had no idea what the green one was called so I just had to make something up 🙂