Salute seemed to be very busy this year. I got there around 11:30 and there was a long queue to buy tickets and when I got in, the place was packed. Good to see that it is bucking the current trend.
The high lights for me were Dropzone Commander, GZG and antenocitis workshop.
I was really glad to see Dropzone back for a 2nd year. Last year, they were there but hadn't released their figures but had all of their models for show. This year, they had their full range, including buildings and a monorail that I really wanted to buy. 10mm isn't my thing, but they are making it hard. I'd love to pick up some of their walkers and drop ships for Future War Commander.
Antenocitis workshop just make some of the best 25mm scifi figures I've seen for a while. I've not been interested in 25mm for over a decade and then they come along. And, now they are doing 15mm!
At the show, they mentioned that they are doing their own rules set, so, it will be interesting to see what they come up with. They have now come out with a range of terrain to flesh out your city scape, including billboards. I'm going to pick some of these up later in the year and use the figures with Tomorrows War.
GZG, nuff said, I could go nuts in their shop.
Here are a few photos
Full Thrust variant
Love the space matt
The space station
15mm Hammer's Slammers demo game. This was fantastic
The city with monorail
A massive reconstruction of the battle of Waterloo in 25mm.
Warmachine with battle wagons
Infinity, 25mm skirmish.
They have some stunning figures for this game. Very anime
Random Scifi table, in 25mm. The terrain was supplied by Ainsty castings. When I start doing 25mm, I will be picking up some of their stuff.