|Tags for MaGaCon 2012|
|Cheaper early bird tickets I got hold of for the family|
Unexpectedly, MaGaCon 2012 also provided some cool loot for the family. The missus got a prize in the first lucky draw i.e. a PS3 Game - F1 2012. Nice! Though I wouldn't have minded getting my hands on Assasin Creed III or Rocksmith, which were also on offer.
|This is a great addition to my racing collection (GranTurismo5, Dirt3 and Shift2)|
My son also managed to complete all the quests in MaGaCon 2012 and was one of the eight finalist for the final challenge which was a a console game dance off. Though he didn't win the main prizes i.e. a PS3 Slim, he did manage to score a bean bag. Ultra Nice!
|Quests to complete, including Hobby Forge's painting own painting task|
|King of the Hill was the most difficult to complete; it took my son 2-days up until the last hour to complete it|
|Finally, a bean bag for the family|
|Nothing says jump on me like a bean bag ... well almost nothing but lets keep it PG13|
Was too busy to take any pictures of MaGaCon 2012, but two things did stick out and make me wanna take some pictures. One was an awesome sculpture on display, a figurine which I believe would not be out of place in the Games Workshop Chaos mythology. The other thing was the armies painted by the Iron Painters of MaGaCon 2012. While all the armies painted looked awesome, I particulary loved all the Chaos stuff i.e. the Iron Warriors, Black Legion and Nurgle army.
|How cool is that!|
|A Nurgle army painted by Iqbal of Stealthy Blades
MaGaCon 2012 also saw the missus paint her first miniature while my son did a simple three-coloured space marine - dry brush of the basecoat, metal paint for the guns and a wash.
|Finally, the missus takes a stab at miniature painting|
|Simple paint job for a space marine of the false emperor|
|More targets for the Chaos Chosen I suppose|