This year I went to Salute for the first time in my life, totally worth it!
I regret only the luggage limit, which prevented me from spending even more money in lead, resin and mdf purchasing!
I mainly bought more figures by Gringo40s for my Italian Risorgimento project, mainly Naepolitan artillery and Nino Bixio, eventually! Gerard, the owner, released at Salute a new range of Piedmontese infantry for Italian Wars of Indipendence, you can see them here.
Then I decided with my travel mates to dive into the street of Rome, purchasing the Blood of the Aventine Gangs of Rome starter set, great value for the money, and a really interesting setting.
To conclude...a certain blue box appeared, the TARDIS, from Warlord "Into the time vortex" range, inspired to the British TV show Doctor Who. Likely to be spotted on every table of every period. After all, it's a time machine!
Now time for some pictures of the tables we admired at Salute 2018!
|Feudal Japanese action!|
|One of my favourite: Garibaldi in Siciliy with Sharp Practice 2|
|1918-2018 the theme was Great War|
|Blood red skies involving aircraft carrier, amazing!|
|Crusades with Sword and spears|
|ACW action with Black Powder, the fort is impressive!|
|Cool use of leds and mirrors|
To conclude a couple of pictures of Battle of Stäket, by Dalauppror, using Pikeman's Lament to recreate Russian invasion of Sweden in 1719, one of the nicest tables and one of the few I followed some actions.