So back from Antwerp. A really nice weekend, spend with dear friends, at a wonderful miniatures show!
This is the end of the pictures I took . Good buy Antwerp and thank you Tin Soldiers of Antwerp for a grand show!
This coming Saturday is Crisis 2018 the biggest Europe Convention about wargaming . Second only to Salute, London. It is well worth going as all the major wargaming related manufacturers are attending .
This years free figure:
The floor plan:
More on the website of the Tinsoldiers Antwerp , the hosts of Crisis here.
A few pictures of last years Crisis as a appetizer :
Hope to see you there!
Here is the second part of the pictures of the Crisis 2017 convention in Antwerp:
These are the pictures I took at Crisis . It was a very nice show with a lot of traders and really many games . I enjoyed it immensely ! Role on Crisis 2018 .
There is only one other thing to add . Many thanks to the Tinsoldiers of Antwerp for doing the show, you did a great job!
Oh and for everybody who wants to come to Crisis 2018 , the show is on the 3. Nov 2018 from 10:00 to 17:00! See you there I will definitely come back!
Another year has gone by and the Crisis Convention in Antwerp isn’t far off anymore . I am really looking forward to the convention, which is the best miniature and wargaming convention in Europe (that is on the continent) . There is only one bigger one in London called Salute. The Tin Soldiers of Antwerp always do a grand job on the day and in the months before to be able to present such a marvelous show. Cudos to you Tin Soldiers!
This years free miniature is Till Eulenspiegel, sculpted by my good friend Paul Hicks.
There are so many traders and clubs involved that I can’t mention them all here. The list of traders can be found here
The list of clubs is here.
Here are the maps with the layout of the two halls at the Hangar in Antwerp:
These are still subject to change!
Now that I am back from a very nice weekend in Antwerp I would like to show you some pictures of Crisis 2016. I took about 330 pictures therefore it took me a wile to sort them all out therefore the report is only up now. Feel free to leave comments .
So here are the pictures. To start with a few pictures of the venue:
And here the layout of the convention center:
And now the games that could be seen at Crisis:
First is an absolutely stunning game showing Romans against Barbarians . What I think is really outstanding is the boats on the river!
Next up is The battle of Saticula 343 BC . This was the second of three Battlestaking place in the first year of the first Samnite War (343-341 BC). This game was presented by the war games club Militia Brabantia.
This sharp practice game used a rather splendid ship model in 28mm scale:
The great northern war:
To Saga games :
Two games of Congo:
A very nice game of Dragon Rampant in 15mm by the Team for historical simulations:
A pegasus bridge game in 28mm:
Next is a Iwo Jima game by the Murphy’s heroes:
An absolutely stunning pice of terrain for Puppeteers:
The Alde Garde brought a Early 16th Century Game with them:
An absolutely gorgeous Warhammer 40000 game by Kraken Wargames. Imperial Fists against Genestealers
Two Flames of War games: