Thursday, 25 April 2013

New Fairbank Radio: Episode 06 + Random other junk!


It's been quite a few days since my last post, but fear not, your good Doctor has been very busy with lots of fun stuff to talk to you about.


First up today is Episode 06 of New Fairbank Radio!

This is downloadable from the usual means, Podbean, iTunes and the inbuilt blog stream.

This week we had a chat with our new co-host Will and discussed a few random things, like where is the podcast going, commissioned painting, that sort of stuff.


I'm going to try to only briefly touch on what's been going on, after all it's roughly a week since my last post!

So this weekend was my wife's and my 6th wedding anniversary. So we took a trip into London where we stayed for two nights.

On Friday we saw the new remake of the film Evil Dead, which I need to do a proper review soon, but it was so intense!

This movie put me on edge, my anxiety levels were through the roof and stayed there until I felt unwell and needed to take a 10 minute break for fear of being sick.

Anyway, more on that another time.

On Saturday in the morning I took a trip to Salute, which was super fun! I got to see loads of fun stalls including Miniature Factory who have a great range called The Locals:

I also saw a really interesting game from Troublemaker Games called Timeline 300

It's a 10mm scale Steampunk Wargame that introduces resource management as you would expect in an RTS game like StarCraft.
- certainly something to keep an eye on.

Next up was a game called Sphere Wars not much to say as I haven't looked at the rules, but the minis are Nivea d should make interesting proxies if nothing else:

Last but by no means least, I also saw Smog 1888

These models are of a much larger scale than I am used to, but I was able to walk away with a very nice Pre-release that I'll be revealing shortly.

Anyway, that is that, and now time is running short.

I aim to write more tomorrow, so until then, stay safe and I'll see you breachside!

- Your friendly neighbourhood Doctor Loxley

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